More likely to be seen portraying a wise and sympathetic paternal figure or upstanding military leader, Leon Ames proved during the film noir era that he could be as dark and menacing as the toughest villain. 652 more words
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I’m a huge fan of old movies, so when I first started my craze of watching the classics about ten years ago, one of the movies I just had to see was… 279 more words
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This essay originally appeared in my The Philosophy of Film Noir volume.
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