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They were "Gun Crazy" all around the world...

Foreign film posters for 1950’s incredible film noir cult-fave Gun Crazy, also called Deadly Is The Female, and it would seem (based on my own bad foreign language translating skills) that feign markets had a couple twists on the title of their own.

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The Ultimate Femme Fatale: Deadly Is The Female (Gun Crazy - 1950)

That incredible film noir cult-fave Gun Crazy (1950) is sometimes listed as a 1949 film (though I’m pretty sure it’s a 1950 release) and is also often listed as… 64 more words

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Gun Crazy (2nd of 2 posts)

Continued from the preceding post…

There’s simply no better femme fatale in film noir than Irish actress Peggy Cummins’ ‘Laurie Starr’, a carnival side show sharpshooter who falls hard for John Dall’s ‘Bart Tare’, a fellow gun lover. 226 more words

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Gun Crazy (1st of 2 posts)

There’s nothing much a mere fan (not a Noir scholar, critic or film studies major) can add to what’s been said, and by much smarter folks than I, about Joseph H. 239 more words

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Pulp Corner: Night Of The Demon

Since we are in the midst of the Halloween season I figured I’d take a look at a more horror themed movie in today’s Pulp Corner. 743 more words

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Rex rears his ugly head again

The not-really-so-ugly Rex Harrison with the dashed lovely Peggy Cummins in ESCAPE. A few quotes/paraphrases from my telephonic chat with P.C. can be read in this week’s edition of… 29 more words

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Tourneur Classic Movies

Two Jacques Tourneur movies came out in 1957, both superb, which is remarkable because he’d had quite an up-and-down career, mostly.

NIGHTFALL, from a David Goodis novel, has some classic noir illogicality, adding to its waking nightmare feel. 423 more words

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