Kiss of Death is a 1947 film noir movie directed by Henry Hathaway and written by Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer from a story by Eleazar Lipsky.
The story revolves around a former robber played by Victor Mature and the ruthless, violent Tommy Udo (Richard Widmark). The movie also starred Brian Donlevy and introduced Coleen Gray in her first billed role.
Victor Mature as Nick Bianco
Brian Donlevy as Assistant District Attorney Louis D’Angelo
Coleen Gray as Nettie
Richard Widmark as Tommy Udo
Taylor Holmes as Earl Howser, Attorney
Howard Smith as Warden
Karl Malden as Sergeant William Cullen
Anthony Ross as Big Eddie Williams
Millard Mitchell as Detective Shelby
Temple Texas as Buster
Jay Jostyn as District Attorney
J. Scott Smart as Skeets, Club 66 Maitre D’
Mildred Dunnock as Mrs. Rizzo