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Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye - Theatrical Poster - Courtesy of Olive Films

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye Says Hello To Blu-ray

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye - Theatrical Poster - Courtesy of Olive FilmsOlive Films has announced the addition of the crime drama Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye to its upcoming slate of Blu-ray releases. The film was directed by  and starred , and Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye will be available for purchase online and in stores beginning on August 27th.

In the film, Ralph Cotter (Cagney) doesn’t care about anything. Except his next “kill”. After escaping from prison, the cold-blooded mobster satisfies a pent-up lust for violence in an unstoppable crime-spree with Barbara, his love-struck gun moll. But when Cotter heartlessly murders her brother and dumps her for a classy debutante, Barbara plots a vicious end to the gangster’s cruel campaign. It’s James Cagney as his bad-guy best in this tense saga on underworld revenge. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye was released in August of 1950.

Olive Films has not released any details concerning the exact tech specs and special features that will be included with the disc.

Theatrical Trailer For Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye  courtesy of felixxxx999

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Source: Blu-ray.com

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