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Sharing Art, 1: El Petó de la Mort 

This is The Kiss of Death (English) / El Beso de la Muerte (Spanish) / El Petó de la Mort (Catalan) to Josep Llaudet Soler, by Jaume Barba or Joan Fontbernat in 1930, located in the Poblenou Cemetery of Barcelona, Spain. 119 more words

Art

Set Your DVR - January 2016

Before we get into some notable films coming to Turner Classic Movies in January, let me just comment on the latest Quentin Tarentino film. I know, Tarantino is hardly a topic for a classic film blog, with all the violence and blood, talk about pre-code! 998 more words

Design For Living

Guest-hosting the #BNoirDetour film for 12/27: KISS OF DEATH

This holiday season, Salome at BNoirDetour has bestowed upon me the gift of guest-hosting (for which many thanks, Salome)! The only proper response is to gift you with one of the classic films-noir, 1947’s Kiss of Death. 153 more words

Kiss of Death (episode 3)

“Don’t you think you need to take things slow?” Sam heard Phil’s voice as he replayed their conversation in his head.

Sam is aware that Phil is not too ecstatic about the turn of events between him and Emma, his secretary. 903 more words

Fiction

Day 17 of Noirvember: Fun with Tommy Udo

Did you catch Kiss of Death on TCM the other night? You know, the one where Richard Widmark rolls a wheelchair-bound Mildred Dunnock down a flight of stairs, and then cracks up laughing? 119 more words

Film Noir

“For last year's words belong to last year's language And next year's words await another voice.”

Ditto on yesterday morning’s weather, but it’s a bit colder than it was. TV was so bad last night I don’t even remember what I watched. 350 more words

Musings