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The Big Heat (1953)

Directed by Fritz Lang, written by Sydney Boehm (screenplay), William P. McGivern (Saturday Evening Post serial)

“The coming years are going to be just fine, Mr. 632 more words

Film Noir

Criss Cross

Released January 19, 1949: CRISS CROSS, starring Burt Lancaster, Yvonne De Carlo, and Dan Duryea.  Directed by Robert Siodmak (Phantom Lady… 595 more words

Film Noir

Rope of Sand (1949)

Burt Lancaster battles it out with Paul Henreid in a tale of diamonds and dust!

US / 104 minutes / bw / Wallis–Hazen, Paramount… 1,651 more words

Film Noir

Movies Watched in January 2017 Part II

Things will be silent for awhile here at Journeys in Darkness and Light until after I get back from Noir City 15 in San Francisco. Rest assured, I’ll give a full report on the first half of the festival when I return. 892 more words


a 30's era Snow White walks into a superb graphic novel

Perfect for cold-weather, dark-early evenings, this outstanding graphic novel rendition of the classic fairy tale will suit folks ages 11-Adult looking for an unusual spin on a Grimm tale (did you catch that pun?) and phenomenal artwork. 272 more words

Children's Literature

D.O.A. (1950)

Directed by Rudolph Maté, written by Russell Rouse and Clarence Greene (story and screenplay)

“I don’t think you fully understand, Bigelow. You’ve been murdered.” 114 more words

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EFC II #132 - In a Lonely Place (1950)

The Epic Film Challenge II
#132 – In a Lonely Place (1950)
Dir. Nicholas Ray
Starring: Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy, Carl Benton Reid, Art Smith, Martha Stewart, Jeff Donnell, Robert Warwick… 66 more words

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