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cigarjoe

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  1. Do I really have to explain it to you..... The Title and a plethora of Films Noir to check out for those Afiio- Noir- dos and Noir-istas who don't mind reading subtitles, for you ElCid a lump of coal.
  2. A Noir Lovers Christmas Present List of French noir movies: UPDATED December 13, 2020, 4:30 pm Jean Cottraux This is a purely subjective selection of the French noir films belonging to the pre classic period or the classic period with the addition of some transitional noir color movies. Many forgotten good movies and directors have been added. Marcel the Herbarium Happiness (1934) Robert Siodmak Mister Flow (1936) : a curiosity of Siodmak’s French period : not very good Sacha Guitry Le roman d’un Tricheur (1936) : first use in the movie history of the
  3. Looks like a more all inclusive greeting covering all bases, lol.
  4. At what point does denial of reality equal insanity? There is something seriously wrong in this country and it has got to be addressed.
  5. This is exactly the same reason my wife doesn't like Kiss Me Stupid.
  6. Dames Don't Care (Les femmes s'en balancent) (1954) French-Italian Noir The 3rd Lemmy Caution flick. Like the first directed again by Bernard Borderie. The writing credits are Bernard Borderie for the adaptation of Peter Cheyney's novel. Additional dialogue was by Jacques Vilfrid and Bernard Borderie. Cinematography was by Jacques Lemare. Music was by Paul Misraki. The film is has an interesting balance of Noir, picaresque humor and a hard boiled detective mystery with a big dose of surreal Italian Modern atmosphere with a little dash of kitsch. Again Lemmy Caution
  7. Dames Don't Care (Les femmes s'en balancent) (1954) French-Italian Noir The 3rd Lemmy Caution flick. Like the first directed again by Bernard Borderie. The writing credits are Bernard Borderie for the adaptation of Peter Cheyney's novel. Additional dialogue was by Jacques Vilfrid and Bernard Borderie. Cinematography was by Jacques Lemare. Music was by Paul Misraki. Eddie Constantine as Lemmy Caution The stars are Eddie Constantine as Selby Frayme / Lemmy Caution, Nadia Gray as Henrietta Aymes, Dom
  8. 14 Separate Colonies the one with the major English Naval base didn't rebel.
  9. You've got to see her in The Window then. There she plays a B-Girl hooker who lures drunks up to her pad where she drugs them and her husband Paul Stewart robs them.
  10. That makes sense but didn't Roy Teal say the murder took place 3 days ago or somebody said he said that. I'm going to watch it again and report back.
  11. It should have been more like three weeks or months or more. She's pregnant. Also that True Crime Magazine probably wasn't published every few days. It's probably a screw up in the script of the line reading otherwise id doesn't make much sense. I'll watch it on demand again and see if there are any ore indications of more time passing'
  12. Here you go. Which one? Probably Hey Doc. Soundtrack Credits Deep Night Written by Charles Henderson Heard under opening credits, and several other times in the movie Later heard under the opening of "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967), a more famous movie about a couple on the run from the law A Little on the Lonely Side (uncredited) Written by Frank Weldon, Richard Robertson and James Cavanaugh Played by the band at Play Land I Cover the Waterfront (uncredited) Music by Johnny Green Played by the band at Play Land Trade Winds (uncredited) Music by Cliff Friend Pla
  13. Not that I can remember, at least I don't remember them going all out with the hosts and costumes etc there must be a few documentaries on it also.
  14. A day of programming of Films that depict Beatniks and the Beat Generation. I've been watching a few films of films from the late 1950s to the early 60s and yesterday I caught Bell, Book, and Candle once again and of course noticed the whole "deviant" lol, depiction of the beatniks in the Club Zodiac., even quite a few TV episodes had Beat themes, there are some good location shots of the Greenwich Village scene in Johnny Staccato and Mike Hammer, and of course we had the Maynard G. Krebs on The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. We can have hosts Ben in sunglasses, a goatee, ripped swea
  15. I like Tomorrow is Another Day it and The Window are my two favorite Ruth Roman Noir. I've always liked Cochran also. His last Transitional Noir Tell Me In The Sunlight is pretty good also.
  16. How about this interpretation, if Twump could have gotten his at together he would have won in a landslide, but his ineptitude caused many Reped -lik -cans to just vote for Biden at the top of the ticket and not vote for Twump or leave the top blank.
  17. And put them up gratis at all Twump hotel properties on Twump.
  18. Its like a picaresque Film Noir Comedy about the Funeral Industry. Its got some John Waters vibes in it.
  19. Its a lot of fun, give it a watch.
  20. I know you like comedies and Lucy, lol
  21. You have never seen Tom Jones or The Loved One ?
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