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The Man with the Golden Arm: Frankie Machine is a skilled card dealer and one-time heroin addict. When he returns home from jail, he struggles to find a new livelihood and to avoid slipping back into addiction.

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Ratings: IMDB: 7.5/10 Metascore: N/A RT: 85%
Released: December 14, 1955
Runtime: 119 mins
Genres: Drama
Countries: USA
Director: Otto Preminger
Actors: 'Snub' Pollard Arnold Stang Charles Seel Darren McGavin Doro Merande Eleanor Parker Emile Meyer Frank Marlowe Frank Richards Frank Sinatra George E Stone George Mathews Gordon Mitchell Harold 'Tommy' Hart Jack Mulhall Jered Barclay Joe McTurk John Conte Kim Novak Leonard Bremen Leonid Kinskey Martha Wentworth Paul E Burns Pete Candoli Ralph Neff Robert Strauss Shelly Manne Will Wright

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Posted by Rodjenka 3 years, 2 months ago
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As the first major Hollywood film to tackle heroin addiction, The Man With The Golden Arm shocked contemporary audiences, defying a strict production code and eliciting Oscar-nominated work from composer Elmer Bernstein and star Frank Sinatra. Martin Scorsese has called it, 'the first honest depiction of drug addiction on American screens,' and even today, the honesty is harrowing. Worth a try.

Posted by LIFEofagony 3 months ago ( Edited 3 months ago )
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For a movie made in 1955 it really does portray that life style really well any one that has been there will certainly identify with this great movie 5/5 a little useless knowledge Frank Sinatra was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role and beat out Marlon Brando for this role.

Posted by THEoneNonlyFOX 5 years, 6 months ago
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brilliant movie with a great performance from frank sinatra. another must see film. 5/5

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