Where Film Noir Lives...Too!
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Hollywood & Santa Monica
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The Noir City e-mag contains the finest and most fun writing on film noir in the world. The quarterly publication available as a PDF is available to donors to the Film Noir Foundation dedicated to rescuing and restoring film noir.. Go to…Continue
My Name Is Julia Ross (1945) Directed by Joseph H. Lewis
John Garfield (March 4, 1913 – May 21, 1952) was an American actor adept at playing brooding, rebellious, working-class characters.…Continue
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Not To Be Politically Correct, but Should Film noir ["I Wake Up Screaming" aka "Hot Spot..."] actress Betty…Continue
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Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1949). Three Sheet (41" X 81").
Many collectors call it "the definitive Bad Girl poster." Peggy Cummins, in a better-than-it-should-have-been career best performance, delivered a character wound tighter than her stretched sweater. On this super three sheet she's…
The most popular film noir festival in the world is BACK! Defying media reports regarding the demise of repertory cinema and 35 millimeter film, the next edition of NOIR CITY, coming to the Castro Theatre January 25–February 3, 2013, will present its most expansive schedule…Continue
The first film-noir directed by legendary filmmaker Anthony Mann (T-Men, The Naked Spur).
A Marine sergeant (William Terry) stationed overseas falls in love with a woman only through correspondence. On the train back home, he meets a beautiful young doctor…
[PICTURED: Humphrey Bogart [Bogie], Erin O'Brien-Moore and Ann Sheridan in "Black Legion" In Black Legion (1937), for a change, he [Bogart] played a good man caught up…Continue
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