Noir Nook: 75th Anniversary Noir – 2024 Edition
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
1w ago
Noir Nook: 75th Anniversary Noir – 2024 Edition It has become my tradition around these parts each year to celebrate the 75th anniversary release of some of film noir’s many first-rate offerings. And this year is no different! There were ..read more
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Noir Nook: Ripped From the Headlines – While the City Sleeps (1956)
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
1M ago
Ripped From the Headlines – While the City Sleeps (1956) Most classic movie fans are well acquainted with the Barrymore acting clan, which began with Maurice Barrymore and Georgiana Drew, and continued down the line to Drew Barrymore. Sandwiched somewhere ..read more
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Noir Nook: No Femme Fatale Required
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
2M ago
Noir Nook: No Femme Fatale Required Film noir movies have numerous characteristics in common – voiceover narration, flashbacks, use of shadows and light, unusual camera angles, anti-heroes, and, of course, the ever-popular femmes fatales. All noirs, of course, don’t have ..read more
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Noir Nook: Shadows in the Victorian Age
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
3M ago
Noir Nook: Shadows in the Victorian Age Western noir. British noir. Sci-fi noir. Neo-noir. So many types of noir these days. And there’s a new one – new to me, at least: Gaslight noir. I recently discovered this category of ..read more
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Noir Nook: Stand By Your Man (or, The Smart Femme Saves The Day)
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
4M ago
Noir Nook: Stand By Your Man(or, The Smart Femme Saves The Day) Everybody knows about the femme fatale in film noir. You know, the dame who uses her wiles to get her way, often in the form of getting some ..read more
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Noir Nook: Four Things I Love About Jane Palmer
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
7M ago
Noir Nook: Four Things I Love About Jane Palmer In addition to being a cracking good movie, Too Late for Tears (1949) holds a special place in my heart because it’s one of my younger daughter’s favorite noirs, and with ..read more
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Noir Nook: Magnificent Characters – Rose Given, Cry of the City (1948)
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
8M ago
Noir Nook: Magnificent Characters – Rose Given, Cry of the City (1948) Film noir is practically overflowing with memorable characters, and within that massive collection of dames and dudes, I have a lot of favorites. This month’s Noir Nook is shining ..read more
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Noir Nook: Canada Noir
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
9M ago
Noir Nook: Canada Noir Canada Day – formerly known as Dominion Day and sometimes referred to as “Canada’s birthday” – is a federal holiday that commemorates the anniversary of Canadian Confederation. This took place on July 1, 1867, when the ..read more
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Noir Nook: Top 10 Favorite Bad Boys – Part 2
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
10M ago
Noir Nook: Top 10 Favorite Bad Boys – Part 2 Last month, here at the Noir Nook, I served up the first half of my top 10 bad boys of noir. I’m finishing up the list this month with another ..read more
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Noir Nook: Oscar Omission – Edward G. Robinson
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by Karen Burroughs Hannsberry
1y ago
Noir Nook: Oscar Omission – Edward G. Robinson One of my favorite times of the year is awards season. For years now, as soon as the Academy Awards are announced, I set upon a quest to see as many Oscar-nominated ..read more
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