Richard Widmark has departed after living a mostly full and rewarding life for 93 years. We should all be so fortunate. I know I’m supposed to say that his performance as Tommy Udo in Kiss of Death (’47) was his most memorable work. But I’ll always enjoy three of his performances a bit more — the Dauphin in Otto Preminger‘s Saint Joan, the hard-assed Colonel Lawson in Judgment in Nuremberg and his oily operator character in Against All Odds. Plus those run of 20th Century Fox films he made in the early ’50s. Widmark was 15 years younger than the calendar year. He didn’t break into films until in his early 30s.