Black Angel
Black Angel (1946)

Black Angel is a modest, but imaginative film noir with an ingenious script by Roy Chanslor and and an extremely good performance by Dan Duryea. Martin Blair (Dan Duryea) is the logical suspect for the murder of his unfaithful wife. His… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 6, 2004
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This was Duryea's first starring role after playing heavies.

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Stella Dallas
fun film noir that gives dan duryea a chance to prove he's more than just a stock villain. coulda used a stronger female lead perhaps but includes, as… More
jay nixon
Slick noir with good performances from Duryea and Lorre. The ending feels a bit rushed but otherwise its a compact little thriller.
Veronique Kwak
"black angel" has all the quinteseential elements of classic noir epitomized concisedly in 80 mins: the sap, the femme fatale, the good girl who fails… More
Michael Gildea
Worth it for a creepy Peter Lorre and a drunken Dan Duryea. And when they explain who the killer is you'll laugh your ass off. At least I did.
Aj V
A strange, yet intriguing story of two people trying to prove someone's innocence. I liked it.
Mike T.
Absolutely vintage noir. Relentlessly entertaining and directed to a "t", this is one outstanding cult classic.