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The Noir-est of All the Film Noir Flicks

Infographic explains “film noir” and finds the most noir film of them all · Great Job, Internet!

'Double Indemnity' - 1944 - One of Stanwyck's  best roles as a wife who wants her husband dead. MacMurry is an insurance agent turned lover who knows how to do the deed. Great classic film noir.

The 100 Best Movie Posters of the Past 100 Years

Double Indemnity Directed by Billy Wilder. With Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. An insurance representative lets himself be talked into a murder& fraud scheme that arouses an insurance investigator& suspicions.

Gilda, directed by Charles Vidor, starring Glenn Ford and Rita Hayworth, 1946. My father's favorite movie.

Fantastic Original Posters for Film Noir Classics

The Killing (1956) film noir movie trailer typography  #filmnoir #1950s #kubrick

The Killing film noir movie trailer typography. The Killing ("O Grande Golpe", Film-Noir, Director: Stanley Kubrick.

.....film noir.  One of my most favorite things to watch on Saturdays.

Film Noir Lighting Lecture

Making a movie or a short film can be an extremely exciting and fun adventure. It is a ton of fun being on a set and shooting your own film. And when you have adapted your own story and are making a film out of it…well, it is an amazing feeling and.

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Dark Passage (1947)

Directed by Delmer Daves. With Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Bruce Bennett, Agnes Moorehead. A man convicted of murdering his wife escapes from prison and works with a woman to try and prove his innocence.

"The big combo" (1955).  El director de fotografía era John Alton

Film Noir Genre - A Closer Look

The Big Combo, Jean Wallace and Cornel Wilde trapped in a nightmarish landscape, photographed by the great John Alton.

‘The Big Heat’ (1953)..Gloria with the requisite NOIR venetian blinds!

Gloria Grahame as the quasi-femme fatale in the excellent "The Big Heat" 1953 which might be my favorite film noir.

Edward G. Robinson

As one of America's most beloved 'tough guys,' Edward G. Robinson developed an unforgettable on-screen persona that belied his gentle, quiet nature.

Phantom Lady (1944) from filmnoir.net

The Phantom Lady based on the novel by Cornell Woolrich (one of my all-time favorites). It doesn't get much more noir than shadows, dames and boxing rings.

D.O.A. (1950): Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler. Classic film noir mystery that starts with hungover CPA Frank Bigelow learning that he's been poisoned and has only hours more of life to try to find out what happened. "I don't think you fully understand, Bigelow. You've been murdered." #images #filmnoir #art http://filmnoirfiction.com

(directed by Rudolph Mate, Remade a few times, it is the story of a man who has been fatally poisoned and only has a few days to find out who did it. Quote--Bigelow: I want to report a murder . Detective: Who was murdered?