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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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Chinatown (1974)

Chinatown (1974) With a suspicious femme fatale bankrolling his snooping, private eye J.J. Gittes uncovers intricate dirty dealings in the Los Angeles .... waterworks and gets his nose slashed for his trouble in director Roman Polanski's complex neonoir classic. Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston...... to watch

Steve McQueen and Jacqueline Bisset photographed by Barry Feinstein on the set of Bullitt, 1968 #CartonMagazine

Gregory Peck was a lifelong supporter of the Democratic Party. He was suggested in 1970 as a possible Democratic candidate to run against Ronald Reagan for the office of California Governor, though he later admitted that he had no interest in being a candidate himself for public office.

Gregory Peck. The things this man makes me want to do are illegal - bet he'd have been worth it.

from The Art of Manliness

Famous Men Who Rode Motorcycles

Steve McQueen in The Great Escape. They dressed up a Triumph to look like a German bike. One of the coolest motorcycle chase scenes put to film LOVED reading the Gardner files- which Jim Garner was in this movie too

Audrey Hepburn in the 1954 Broadway play Ondine. Photo: Milton H. Greene.

from Esquire

The 20 Most Stylish Men of Old Hollywood

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Chinatown Trailer

(Los Angeles ) Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway in Chinatown, directed by Roman Polanski, (1974)