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Somewhere in the Night, a Tightly Knit Suffocating Noir

By the 1st of August, 1945, Louella Parsons reported in her column that, “A Lonely Journey” was set to film with John Hodiak to star for 20th Century Fox; Howard Dimsdale and Marvin Borowsky were listed as the writers. 828 more words

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Lifeboat (1944)

Now here’s a film that surprisingly has some remarkable amount of star power behind it. Not only is the story by the author John Steinbeck of all people, it’s also directed by the master of cinema himself, Alfred Hitchcock. 636 more words

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Happy Birthday: Anne Baxter

Happy Birthday actor Anne Baxter

Born: May 7, 1923 in Michigan City, Indiana, USA

Died: December 12, 1985 (age 62) in New York City, New York, USA… 56 more words

Old Movie Review - Somewhere in the Night

Every now and then I like to review a movie that doesn’t get much attention these days.

Somewhere in the Night – Often packaged on DVD as that now coolest of genes the ‘Noir’ Somewhere…. 313 more words


Robert Taylor Trivia: the (almost) nude scene.

There are apparently a number of different prints of Ambush, 1950, floating around.  The last time Turner Classic Movies showed the film it was a quite different version from those I had seen before.  61 more words

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Review: A Lady Without Passport

In 1950, the same year Joseph H. Lewis’ classic film noir Gun Crazy was released, he also had a lesser known film noir released, A Lady Without Passport. 199 more words