double indemnity

  1. a clause in an insurance policy that provides for double the face value of the policy in the case of accidental death
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  • TCM has two of the best: Double Indemnity (tonight, 8 ET/5 PT), a seminal double-cross film noir starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray (in a far cry from his My Three Sons days); and Swing Time (10 ET/7 PT), which may just be the best of the Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers films, and is the only one to address hard economic times. Critic's Corner Wednesday
  • Due to the distinctive feature of " double indemnity" system, this article attempts to make a breakthrough in testing its effects in society.
  • The term noir was coined in 1946 by French critics reviewing a group of American thrillers, including Billy Wilder's Double Indemnity and Otto Preminger's Laura, both from 1944, to mark a phenomenon they thought new to American cinema, a "harsh," "true to life" quality, a mood of "pessimism and despair. Day into Noir
  • In the last two weeks, we've watched two of the classic film noir pictures: Double Indemnity and The Postman Always Rings Twice.
  • It is this incorruptibility--conferred upon him by his outsider status--which makes him the perfect "poppa" in Double Indemnity. Just to prove I went to grad school (as if anyone cares)
  • Mr. Xu Jing Cheng Huarui companies that constitute fraud, demands return, and Double Indemnity.
  • In a familiar Double Indemnity type love triangle the hero sleepwalks into murder.
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