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FilmNoirWorld Sep 14
"Your future's all used up" MARLENE DIETRICH to ORSON WELLES in TOUCH OF EVIL (1958, Welles). Words no one ever wants to hear, particularly in a .
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FilmNoirWorld Sep 17
"Just remember who's boss around here" Anne Savage slamming Tom Neal in quintessential DETOUR, made in 1945 by EDGAR G. ULMER, 1904, low-budget masterpiece director. Trivia: The first B-movie chosen by the Library of Congress for its National Film Registry.
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Classic Movie Hub Sep 17
"Things have been awfully dead around here.” of Film Noir Archive looks at Abbott and Costello’s ties to ...
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FilmNoirWorld 4h
'You don't get that way from drinking' FALL GUY (1947, Le Borg), based on Cornell Woolrich story 'Cocaine'. Leo Penn wakes up from a drug overdose with a bloody knife in his hand. Production Code didn't allow use of the word cocaine in this . trivia: Leo is Sean's dad.
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Ǥαβʀιεlα 🦎🐲 3h
Who’s a character who you detest so keenly that when they get their comeuppance, you want to dance on their grave? For me it’s Kathie Moffat and Tommy Udo. Both so brilliantly realised by the actors who play them that they take on great, dreadful shadows of destruction
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Patricia Nolan-Hall Sep 18
He didn't get the burger, and he didn't get the girl. That's life in . Dana Andrews, Percy Kilbride, Linda Darnell Fallen Angel, 1945
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Sheri Chinen Biesen Sep 12
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Sheri Chinen Biesen Sep 12
Beautiful shot. Ella Fitzgerald wows Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman & Richard Rodgers at the Downbeat Club in New York City
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Arash Nemati Sep 18
🔘 🔘 🎬The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)🎥 Director: Tay Garnett 🌟John Garfield, Lana Turner🌟
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FilmNoirWorld Sep 13
'Can I have a light?' A woman on the tram flirts with PETER LORRE in DER VERLORENE aka THE LOST ONE, a German Lorre directed himself in 1951. He offers her a different kind of fire... Lorre's eyes and facial expressions tell all kinds of stories.
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Kevin Jones Sep 17
“Remember that 5-gallon water bucket for the radiator? Well, mom dumped that out and filled it with gin so I can deal with your father.” More script re-writes from last night’s family viewing of JEOPARDY (1953).
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Sheri Chinen Biesen Sep 18
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Christa Faust Sep 16
Happy birthday to darling Lauren Bacall. You know how to whistle, don’t you?
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M Lamberti Sep 18
171: The Naked Kiss (1964, Dir. Sam Fuller) Starring Constance Towers, Anthony Eisley, Virginia Grey, & Michael Dante. 1964 is kinda pushing it, and with all the other stuff going on, “The Naked Kiss“ might fit other categorizations more readily than noir. However:
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Amanda Garrett Sep 19
It's been so nice having back in September. Tonight's film is a special treat: Gilda (1946) starring Rita Hayworth at midnight ET Saturday and 10 am ET Sunday.
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Classic Movie Hub Sep 15
Noir Nook's Karen aka serves up 10 things you may not know about The Asphalt Jungle :)
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Albert Galera Sep 12
Love is eternal. It has been the strongest motivation for human actions throughout history. Love is stronger than life. It reaches beyond the dark shadow of death. Otto Preminger's Laura (1944).
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Stan Ridgway 13h
Stan Ridgway debut solo The Big Heat '86. video here: "Standouts include the Ennio Morricone-influenced title track, the hook laden "Salesman", "Drive She Said," and the over-the-top Vietnam ghost tale "Camouflage."
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Paul L Chevalier III Sep 11
Watching 1950 movie D.O.A. when the front door of our building shows up.
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Lorraine Hickman Sep 17
“Murder victims have no claim to privacy.” Detective Mark McPherson, , 1944. Otto Preminger.
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