As WWII approaches, special agent Jim Pearson is assigned to investigate US industrialist's ties to the occult German pro-Nazi Thule Society. This leads to Jim's perilous decades-long search for the apocalyptic Black Dahlia gemstone.

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Walter Pensky
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Madame Cassandra
Darren Eliker ...
Jim Pearson
Michael Battista ...
Running Boy
Kevin Vinay ...
Bully
Dan Frezza ...
William Sullivan
Michael Bernosky ...
Det. Peter Merylo
Robert Marinaccio ...
Hank Finster
Bob Tracey ...
Eddie
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Dick Winslow
Bill Dalzell ...
George Hansen
Brad Moniz ...
Louie the Fish
Tom Yates ...
Ernie
Collette Schreiber ...
Helen Strauss
Jared Pfennigwerth ...
Delivery Boy
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As WWII approaches, special agent Jim Pearson is assigned to investigate US industrialist's ties to the occult German pro-Nazi Thule Society. This leads to Jim's perilous decades-long search for the apocalyptic Black Dahlia gemstone.

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The Greatest Game Ever
4 September 2001 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Hopefully some lucky person who hasn't experienced this game yet will read my comments and go out and purchase it. I actually saw it the other day inside a big bin of ugly and timeworn clearance software that nobody really wants. I tell you, it hurt me to see a game of this nature dumped into some crate of obsolete things. It is old but I probably play through the game at least once every month- it's that fascinating and good.

I guess the experience of playing Black Dahlia is like being totally immersed inside a mystery movie. I have great nostalgia for the 1940s era and the game is set entirely within this time and all the characters are dressed sharply and speak cleverly in the quick and slightly queer way of the period. The lead is played by a very charming man, Darren Eliker, and you take charge of him in a way and you really start to feel like your traveling all over the place with this guy, or as this guy I should say, and it's excellent fun. I implore you to try out this game. I only wish they would make more like it, FMV style. There are hardly any decent adventure games being made with animation let alone with actors. I was told that a game like Black Dahlia simply costs too much to make, basically the same as shooting a film. Yet, it would be obvious to anyone who plays the game the work and quality that's gone into it on every level. I think the story's really great too and that plays a big part in its appeal. In fact, I would love to see this game turned into a feature film- like it almost is already.


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