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They Live by Night (1949)


One of three films Nicholas Ray directed in 1949, They Live by Night has endured far longer than the other two, and with good reason. 117 more words

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The Man From Laramie (1955)

James Stewart plays an army captain on the trail of gun runners who sold rifles to the Apache resulting in the death of his brother. 125 more words


Detective Story (1951, William Wyler)

Detective Story, the film, is William Wyler’s “production” of Sidney Kingsley’s play of the same title. Philip Yordan and Robert Wyler adapted the play. Wyler directed and produced the film. 809 more words


Film Noir: Side Street (1950)

Film Noir: Side Street (1950)

Directed by: Anthony Mann

Story and Screenplay by: Sydney Boehm

Actors: Farley Granger, Cathy O’Donnel, Ed Max, Jean Hagen

As in classic film noir style the narrator will lead you through this story. 167 more words

American Film Noir 1950's

The Beyond the Cover Blogathon: Thieves Like Us and They Live by Night

This post is part of the Beyond the Cover Blogathon running April 8-10 over at Now Voyaging and Speakeasy. I hope you’ll enjoy this post as well as the many other entries. 1,870 more words


The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

Well. The Best Years of Our Lives is quite a film. It runs for about two hours and fifty minutes but it’s not long – there’s hardly a moment wasted. 867 more words


The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

Dir. William Wyler. Starring Fredric March, Teresa Wright, Dana Andrews

In 1979, Jimmy Carter gave a speech that, in my mind, ranks with George Washington’s Farewell Address or Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural as one of the most important in the history of the American executive. 2,070 more words

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