Laura poster from 1944: Film Noir Movie Posters from the 1940s
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House of Frankenstein (1944 film) - Wikipedia

House of Frankenstein (1944 film) - Wikipedia

Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney in Otto Preminger's "Laura." 1944. A police detective falls in love with the woman whose murder he's investigating.

Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney in Otto Preminger's "Laura." 1944. A police detective falls in love with the woman whose murder he's investigating.

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Hey @sophomorestudio asked #widn - nothing crafty so I'm posting a quick sketch I made of a striped dress Gene Tierney was wearing in the 1944 film Laura which was on TCM recently. The stripes were vertical on the bodice and horizontal on the skirt. The belt was made of the dress fabric. It's a great film and she wears some great clothes in it! Hey @sewdiyblog @the_sewing_room_alameda what are you making now?

Hey @sophomorestudio asked #widn - nothing crafty so I'm posting a quick sketch I made of a striped dress Gene Tierney was wearing in the 1944 film Laura which was on TCM recently. The stripes were vertical on the bodice and horizontal on the skirt. The belt was made of the dress fabric. It's a great film and she wears some great clothes in it! Hey @sewdiyblog @the_sewing_room_alameda what are you making now?

Double indemnity (1944) trailer typography. Barbara Stanwyck is mesmerising in this film.

Double indemnity (1944) trailer typography. Barbara Stanwyck is mesmerising in this film.

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To Have and Have Not (1944): Expatriate American Harry Morgan helps to transport a Free French Resistance leader and his beautiful wife to Martinique while romancing a sexy lounge singer.

To Have and Have Not (1944): Expatriate American Harry Morgan helps to transport a Free French Resistance leader and his beautiful wife to Martinique while romancing a sexy lounge singer.

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Lobby Card from the 1944 film Marine Raiders by DaytonaVintage

Lobby Card from the 1944 film Marine Raiders by DaytonaVintage

Is 1945's "To Have and Have Not" really a film noir? Well, you got your Bogey and Becall, your Hawks, your Hemmingway and Falkner and even your Hoagy Carmichael. Let's check the dialogue: "Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and... blow." Oh, yeah, film noir.

Is 1945's "To Have and Have Not" really a film noir? Well, you got your Bogey and Becall, your Hawks, your Hemmingway and Falkner and even your Hoagy Carmichael. Let's check the dialogue: "Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and... blow." Oh, yeah, film noir.

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