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15 Best Films Of The 1940s

From film noirs to satire to romantic comedies, here are the best movies of the 1940s.

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From Film Noir to Romance: Ranking the 25 Most Essential Films of Humphrey Bogart

November 16, 2022 Humphrey Bogart is a legend and an icon in Hollywood history. His career, spanning three decades, with 84 screen credits, is impressively

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The 50 greatest films of the 1940s

Including works by Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford, Orson Welles, David Lean and Howard Hawks, this is a list ranking the 50 greatest films of the 1940s.

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20 best film noirs: From Double Indemnity to Shadow of a Doubt

Rain-streaked streets, femmes fatales, hard-boiled gumshoes and antiheroes fated to die... Graeme Ross presents his pick of the 20 greatest film noirs of the classic era

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The ultimate beginner's guide to American film noir

Including works by directors such as Billy Wilder, John Huston and Orson Welles among others, this is the ultimate beginner's guide to American film noir.

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The Best Neo-Noirs of the 21st Century, So Far

Neo-noir movies have been surprisingly popular over the past two decades, and these are some of the best.

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The Best Neo-Noir Movies of the 1980s

Noir made a comeback of sorts in the '80s, and these are some of the most hard-boiled, brilliant noir movies of the decade.

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The 10 Best Noir Films Of All Time, According To Ranker

From The Big Sleep to Out of the Past, these are the 10 best noir films of all time, according to Ranker.

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The One Thing Billy Wilder Regrets The Most About Double Indemnity

Double Indemnity is one of the most revered film noirs of all time, but director Billy Wilder admitted one mistake that he didn't have the time or money to fix.

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The Real Story of the Hotel Detective - Neatorama

The hotel detective is a common figure in film noir and hard boiled detective stories from eighty years ago. Who are these people? What exactly does a hotel detective do? Professional travel writer Luke J. Spenser explores the history of this profession a

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Nightmare Alley goes full film noir with this star-studded thriller

Daring director Guillermo del Toro goes full film noir with his latest star-studded thriller set inside the surreal world of a 1940s carnival.

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Nightmare Alley review – Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett sizzle

The great Guillermo del Toro returns with this deliciously-dark tale of a circus huckster who takes things too far.

Entertainment | Films

20 best film noirs: From Double Indemnity to Shadow of a Doubt

Rain-streaked streets, femmes fatales, hard-boiled gumshoes and antiheroes fated to die... Graeme Ross presents his pick of the 20 greatest film noirs of the classic era

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Ranking the 10 greatest films starring Humphrey Bogart

Including the works of filmmakers such as John Huston, Michael Curtiz and Billy Wilder, these are the 10 greatest films starring the legendary Humphrey Bogart.

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The Raymond Chandler map of Los Angeles

The writer saw LA through a dark glass, but he was undoubtedly seduced and enthralled with the City of Angels.

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10 Underappreciated American Noirs of the Late 1950s and the 1960s

While preparing for a recent appearance on a podcast episode about John Boorman’s 1967 film, Point Blank, I thought a lot about American noir cinema of the very late 1950s and the 1960s. I find it …

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7 Classic Noir Films to Stream: ‘The Big Sleep,’ ‘Shadow of a Doubt,’ and More

If you love Old Hollywood movies, we rounded up a list of the best noir films from the 1940s and 1950s.

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Iconic L.A. Movies to Stream While You're Stuck Inside Missing L.A.

See the city without breaking your coronavirus self-quarantine

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

Union Station Will Host Free Screenings Of Film Noir Classics

Metro Art and the Film Noir Foundation are joining forces to present three classic film screenings at Union Station. The hook is that at least a portion of each film was shot inside the building.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

These creepy photos of American cities without people make them almost unrecognizable

For over 40 years, photographer William W. Fuller has traveled to cities all over America capturing them in a classic film noir style.