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Girls, Guys, Guns: Top Fifty Film Noirs

by Jarrod
Girls, Guys, Guns: Top Fifty Film Noirs by Jarrod
American film noirs in some kind of vague yet particular order. To make up a round fifty, slot these in where you see fit: Detective Story (William Wyler, 1951) Body and Soul (Robert Rossen, 1947) Criss Cross (Robert Siodmak, 1948) Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (Gordon Douglas, 1950) D.O.A (Rudolph Mate, 1950) The Dark Corner (Henry Hathaway, 1946) Cornered (Edward Dmytryk, 1945) Murder, My Sweet (Edward Dmytryk, 1944) This Gun for Hire (Frank Tuttle, 1942) Odds Against Tomorrow (Robert Wise, 1959) Stranger on the Third Floor (Boris Ingster, 1940) The Blue Dahlia (George Marshall, 1946) Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (Fritz Lang, 1956) Mad Love (Karl… Read more

American film noirs in some kind of vague yet particular order.

To make up a round fifty, slot these in where you see fit:

Detective Story (William Wyler, 1951)
Body and Soul (Robert Rossen, 1947)
Criss Cross (Robert Siodmak, 1948)
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (Gordon Douglas, 1950)
D.O.A (Rudolph Mate, 1950)
The Dark Corner (Henry Hathaway, 1946)
Cornered (Edward Dmytryk, 1945)
Murder, My Sweet (Edward Dmytryk, 1944)
This Gun for Hire (Frank Tuttle, 1942)
Odds Against Tomorrow (Robert Wise, 1959)
Stranger on the Third Floor (Boris Ingster, 1940)
The Blue Dahlia (George Marshall, 1946)
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (Fritz Lang, 1956)
Mad Love (Karl Freund, 1935)
Suddenly (Lewis Allen, 1954)
The File on Thelma Jordan (Robert Siodmak, 1950)

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