Horrible Imaginings Podcast 138: TCM's Film Noir Class Part 1
A scene from "High Wall" 1947 film noir, directed by Curtis Bernhardt. Robert Taylor (left) and Audrey Totter
Film Noir - Rob Galland. This spotlight, with most of the figure being cast in shadow. Heightens the drama. Quite claustrophobic and dark settings.
Alan Ladd in "The Blue Dahlia" (1946)
Film Noir BORN TO KILL…one of my fave film noir's…the dialogue just bristles. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest)
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King Theoden if Rohan The man was amazingly brave and tragic. I really loved him.
Mike Mazurski & Dick Powell in publicity still for Murder, My Sweet (1944, dir. Edward Dmytryk), an adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s novel
Tom Hiddleston as Posthumus in Cymbeline (2007)