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Angus Kohm Dec 8
Sunday Night Classic: Cry of the City (1948) by based upon the novel by w/ & more! "From the heart of its people comes the... cry of the city."
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FilmNoirWorld Dec 9
KIRK DOUGLAS is 103 years old today. He is alive to recall this. Kirk Douglas with Lauren Bacall Kirk Douglas with Lizabeth Scott Kirk Douglas with Barbara Stanwyck Kirk Douglas with Lana Turner
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Apricot Dec 9
Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Detective Story (1951) William Wyler
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Lauren Facall 18h
Night Boat to Dublin 1946 UK directed and co-written by Lawrence Huntington (The Upturned Glass). A Swedish refugee scientist in Britain is believed to be unwittingly passing information on the atomic bomb to Germany through the neutral Irish Free State. Robert Newton.
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NoirWhereMan Dec 8
THE STREET WITH NO NAME (1948), WILLIAM KEIGHLEY FBI procedural. Richard Widmark at his menacing best. Joseph MacDonald's spectacular noir cinematography. Thoroughly enjoyable.
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Dishonored Lady Dec 9
In “Dangerous Passage” an oil company worker (Robert Lowery) in Central America gets word his grandfather left him a lot of money. He’s soon followed by someone who knows about his good fortune. He boards a ship to find others are out to get his money. From Paramount.
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Claudio🕵️ 16h
Lauren Bacall in Dark Passage (1947).
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Dishonored Lady Dec 8
Neville Brand leads a gang of prisoners demanding better conditions in “Riot in Cellblock 11” from 1954. He wants an end to bad food, overcrowding, abusive guards and other problems. The warden is sympathetic but others refuse to help. Filmed at Folsom State Prison.
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Cyn & Phil Dec 8
Photo-op ... "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up" said the Ahi Tuna 🤭🙌🎉 from Billy Wilder's 1950 'Sunset Boulevard' 😋
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Dishonored Lady Dec 7
In “Borderline” from 1950, Claire Trevor is a cop but fellow cop Fred MacMurray is skeptical to team up to solve a crime in Mexico. They investigate a drug smuggling ring with mixed results. Raymond Burr is the leader who stays a step ahead. From Universal.
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FilmNoirWorld 5h
‘...I’ll try to kill you as painless as possible...’ Mary Windsor, 1919, as Sherry Peatty in THE KILLING (1956, Kubrick)
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Lauren Facall 9h
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Police surround the apartment of apparent murderer who refuses to surrender although escape appears impossible. During the siege he reflects on the circumstances that led him to this situation. Henry Fonda, Vincent Price. Director: Anatole Litvak
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Lora Stocker 22h
Just 16 days until ! To help folks countdown to the , I'm reposting my series – originally created in 2015 to salute 's schedule of seasonal classics. Here's in .
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Jens Schöbel 9h
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Poetry Film Vienna 22h
The with Armenian roots Garo Berberian won the audience award at the fifth Art Visuals & Poetry Film Festival. The film raises the in 1915 and the death of the Taniel Varoujan.
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Joanne MacDonald Dec 7
This is a great scene. Thanks for sharing. :)
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NoirWhereMan Dec 8
Follow up with SAM FULLER'S color remake, HOUSE OF BAMBOO (1955) set in post-war Tokyo with Robert Ryan playing Richard Widmark's role. Plus there is a Japanese love interest.
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Lauren Facall 18h
Marie Windsor (b. Emily Bertelsen; Dec 11, 1919 – Dec 10, 2000). extraordinaire of Force of Evil, The Narrow Margin, The Killing. Her height caused problems in scenes with all but the tallest actors. Not Alan Ladd then. Dubbed Queen of the "B" movie?
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A FIEND ON FILM 9h
The page for THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE (1946) is completed!
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Adam Ferrara 20m
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