Classic Film Noir

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Dark films from the golden age

The Dark Corner is a 1946 black-and-white film noir directed by Henry Hathaway that starred Lucille Ball, Mark Stevens and Clifton Webb.

Hathaway-1946-The Dark Corner

The Dark Corner L'impasse tragique 1946 - 1hre 35 - VoStFr incrustés --- --- Réalisation : Henry Hathaway Scénario : Jay Dratler, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, d'après une histoire de Leo Rosten Distribution: Lucille Ball : Kathleen Stewart Clifton Webb : Hardy Cathcart William Bendix : Stauffer, alias Fred Foss Mark Stevens : Bradford Galt Kurt Kreuger : Anthony Jardine Cathy Downs : Mari Cathcart Reed Hadley : lieutenant Frank Reeves Molly Lamont : Lucy Wilding Constance Collier : Mrs Kingsley…

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1949 ... Patricia Knight - "Shockproof"

1949 ... Patricia Knight - "Shockproof"

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Ella Raines and Alan Curtis, "Phantom Lady" (1944, Universal)

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The Crooked Way (1949)

The Crooked Way (1949): John Alton's L.A. | film noir

In the 1949 United Artists release The Crooked Way (90 mins) a WW2 vet with amnesia returns to Los Angeles to find himself. Turns out his past is less than savory. A stolid performance by John Payne as the vet is limiting, but the no-nonsense screenplay avoids melodrama and sustains interest to a violently baroque shootout ... [Read more...]

STRANGERS ON A TRAIN - my favorite film noir - my all time favorite actor - Robert Walker - Kevin Spacey stole his style - you reprobate plagiarist, you.

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STRANGERS ON A TRAIN - my favorite film noir - my all time favorite actor - Robert Walker - Kevin Spacey stole his style - you reprobate plagiarist, you.

"The Stranger" (1946) Directed by Orson Welles. Here, Welles menaces Loretta Young, who has no idea her husband (Welles) is an escaped nazi.

"The Stranger" (1946) Directed by Orson Welles. Here, Welles menaces Loretta Young, who has no idea her husband (Welles) is an escaped nazi.

mildredsfierce: “ Dana Andrews and Linda Darnell in Fallen Angel, 1945. ”

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Robert Young and Susan Hayward in "They Won't believe Me"

Robert Young and Susan Hayward in "They Won't believe Me"