D.O.A. (1950) Poster



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Remade as 

Color Me Dead (1969)
the same plot and the same characters
D.O.A. (1988)
Crank (2006)
Updated version of the story.


Fast and Loose (1939)
Apparent costume reference, in which Mr. Montgomery's rather dorky porkpie fedora and Ms. Russll's loud checked overcoat are both given to a character in the later film.
Black Magic (1949)

Referenced in 

La Strada (1954)
Poster is displayed when Zampanò buys Italian ice.
Remington Steele: Steele Belted (1982) (TV Episode)
Movie is similar to current case
Remington Steele: Premium Steele (1985) (TV Episode)
Steele provides the production information as it may relate to the case.
The Player (1992)
At one point, Walter Stuckel (Fred Ward) asks Joel Levison (Brion James) if he's ever seen the original version of "D.O.A." Levison says he has, and that it was remade by Disney. (James was in the remake.)
From Spam to Sperm (2000) (TV Movie)
NCIS: Dead Man Walking (2007) (TV Episode)
Makes reference to, including full usage of the opening lines.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent: 30 (2007) (TV Episode)
in its story.
In a Spiral State (2009)
Referenced in dialogue early in the film.
Noir City (2014) (Short)
The plot of the movie is reported as a newstory

Featured in 

Vietnam War Story: Home (1987) (TV Episode)
clip shown on television screen
Dead Heat (1988)
Is playing on the TV when Randi discovers Doug's dead body.
Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995)
You see Lucinda watching a movie with the words "The Remains of Raymond Rakubian" on screen.
The Best of Film Noir (1999) (Video)
Clips shown.
Alias: The Getaway (2003) (TV Episode)
Appears on screen in the movie theater visited by Jack Bristow.
Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003)
footage appears throughout
Untitled Composition #1 (2005)
Is featured in full length as backdrop
Capitalism: A Love Story (2009)
Clip with Edmond O'Brien is shown.
In a Spiral State (2009)
The main character is watching the film at one point, and the story pays some homage to the seminal noir film.
The Real Sherlock Holmes (2012) (TV Movie)
clip shown
The Forger (2014)
Being watched on TV at the beginning of the film

Spoofed in 

Weird Science: The Genie Detective (1997) (TV Episode)
Roger de Swans asks Leg McGuffin to solve his murder before it takes place as he has been poisoned with a luminous toxin.

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