Kiss Me Deadly (1955) - Why'd You Let It Die?
Mickey Spillanes Mike Hammer (Ralph Meeker), on a tip from a building super (Silvio Minciotti), pays a visit to spacey Lily (Gaby Rodgers), sometime roommate of the murdered girl, just off Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood, in Robert Aldrich's Kiss Me Deadly, 1955.
Kiss Me Deadly - (Textless trailer)
A hitchhiker wearing nothing but a trench coat leads detective Mike Hammer into an atomic conspiracy in Robert Aldrich's Kiss Me Deadly (1955).
Kiss Me Deadly (1955) - He's A Bedroom Dick
Ralph Meeker as Mike Hammer leaves the hospital with gal-Friday Velda (Maxine Cooper), weeks after the non-accident that killed his hitcher, James Seay apprehending and Robert Cornthwaite interrogating for the FBI, Wesley Addy his cop pal Pat, in Robert Aldrichs Kiss Me Deadly, 1955.
Kiss Me Deadly (1955) - Thumb's Not Good Enough?
That's Cloris Leachman barefoot on the highway in a trenchcoat, Ralph Meeker as Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer at the wheel of his Jaguar XK-20, Nat Cole's "Rather Have The Blues" on the radio, in the famous opening of Robert Aldrich's, Kiss Me Deadly, 1955.
Kiss Me Deadly (1955) - Popcorn
Ralph Meeker (as Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer) makes a buy from a street vendor (on Rampart Blvd. near downtown Los Angeles), already knowing he's being tailed by a goon (Paul Richards), in Robert Aldrich's cold-war crime thriller Kiss Me Deadly, 1955.
Kiss Me Deadly (1955) - Something Big
Classical music and skimpy workout gear for assistant Velda (Maxine Cooper) as Mike Hammer (Ralph Meeker) arrives at the office with ideas about the torture-murder of the girl he found on the highway, in Robert Aldrich's film of the Mickey Spillane novel, Kiss Me Deadly, 1955.