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I agree, finance, I think it's one of the best - and Fritz Lang could definitely take credit for a lot of the look of noirs, I think, due to his early work in German expressionism, which inspires noir visually to some extent.

 

I am waiting to watch another Lang noir, Ministry of Fear. Have you seen it?

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Cat People - Simone Simon and Tom Conway

Cat People

 

Joan Bennet in Woman on the Beach

Woman on the Beach

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> {quote:title=FrankGrimes wrote:}{quote}

> Wow! I can't believe you were able to dig up a photo for The Woman on the Beach. Awesome!

 

That one was a surprise. She looks lovely, doesn't she? I wish the print of the film

was as clean. This movie and The Reckless Moment are my favorite Joan B movies.

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That one was a surprise. She looks lovely, doesn't she?

 

Mmmmmmmmm hmmmmm!

 

I wish the print of the film was as clean.

 

I know. I'd love to see it sneak into the next Warner Film Noir box set, but I'm not holding my

breath.

 

This movie and The Reckless Moment are my favorite Joan B movies.

 

Bite your tongue! What about the Lang flicks? Have you ever seen The Macomber Affair?

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> Bite your tongue! What about the Lang flicks? Have you ever seen The Macomber Affair?

 

No, never.

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> {quote:title=HollywoodGolightly wrote:}{quote}

> > {quote:title=CineMaven wrote:}{quote}

> > I feel we're living in the film "Closely Watched Trains."

> >

>

> Is that a noir? :P

 

Actually, the setting for CLOSELY WATCHED TRAINS is during the Czech resistance to the Nazis during WWII, a theme explored in noir director Fritz Lang's HANGMEN ALSO DIE!.

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> {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote}

> Actually, the setting for CLOSELY WATCHED TRAINS is during the Czech resistance to the Nazis during WWII, a theme explored in noir director Fritz Lang's HANGMEN ALSO DIE!.

 

Sounds like one I might enjoy. I'll have to check it out.

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Oooooh, hands on hips! And I like long-sleeves with shorts, especially those

shorts. Very nice!

 

Excellect pics, Miss Gun for Hire.

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And three for the price of one:

 

Paulette Goddard, Dorothy Lamour and Veronica Lake

Photobucket

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The Sweater

The Sarong and the

Peek-A-Boo Do...

 

They did a bit in "Duffy's Tavern" that was cute.

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Duffy's Tavern was one of a handful of gems that I discovered when I found all those old radio shows, and the Veronica Lake appearances are some of my favorites among them.

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