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Alfred Hitchcock Triumphs with “Notorious” | The Hitchcock Report

Alfred Hitchcock Triumphs with “Notorious”

Night of the Hunter. 1955, dir. Charles Laughton.

the-night-picture-collector: “ “Charles Laughton, Billy Chapin in Night of the Hunter, 1955 ” ”

Alida Valli in publicity still for The Third Man (1949, dir. Carol Reed)

Alida Valli in publicity still for The Third Man dir. Carol Reed) Italian baroness and lovely actress

Strangers on a Train  (Alfred Hitchcock, 1951). Cinematography by Robert Burks.  #blackandwhitephotography

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wehadfacesthen: “ Strangers on a Train (Alfred Hitchcock, Cinematography by Robert Burks.

Mike Mazurki and Dick Powell, "Murder, My Sweet" (1944, RKO)

17. Murder My Sweet

Mike Mazurski & Dick Powell // Murder, My Sweet // Edward Dmytryk, dir.

"Sorry, Wrong Number" 1948 is a suspense film noir directed by Anatole Litvak. It starred Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster. It tells the story of a woman who overhears a murder plot. The film was adapted by Lucille Fletcher from her 1943 radio play." In which Agnes Moorehead originally starred.

"Sorry, Wrong Number" 1948 is a suspense film noir directed by Anatole Litvak. It starred Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster. It tells the story of a.

I mean, come on! How awesome is that?!?! It also occurs to me that a cast-shadow L.A. then goes interesting places for the old film scene.

I love this scene! the silhouetted lighting, the over-lapping dialogue, its so interesting!

Biutiful (2010)  Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu  Cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto

Biutiful Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu Cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto-Although in sub titles, I have watched this movie numerous times. It is incrediblbly powerful and Javier Bardem plays his character with perfection!

“Film Noir”: The Elusive Genre

“Film Noir”: The Elusive Genre

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