Two in the Dark might be the least interesting amnesia movie (qua amnesia movie) ever committed. Walter Abel comes to consciousness in a Boston park with a bump on this head and no memory. He sets out to discover his own identity and finds himself in a gluepot of mystery-movie clichés -- mistaken identities, jumps from fire escapes, comic reporters, befuddled policemen, and a scheming dame. In the last scene, Abel, "creased" by an errant bullet, remembers everything. It's an astonishingly uninteresting movie, which, strangely enough, was remade in 1945 as Two O'Clock Courage (not available from Netflix).