Showing 45 search results for "Film Noir"

Liliom

Liliom

Director: Fritz Lang
Year: 1934

A charming French fantasy that was the original inspiration for Rogers and Hammerstein's Carousel. Charles Boyer stars as a carnival barker who is taken to heaven after he dies and placed before a celestial trial in order to gain his wings. Available for the first time with English subtitles.

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Cover Up

Cover Up

Director: Alfred E. Green
Year: 1949

Sam Donovan (Dennis O'Keefe) is an insurance investigator sent to a small Midwest town, to find out whether the death of one of its policyholders was a suicide or murder. Sam is convinced that he was murdered but the entire town, led by the sheriff (William Bendix), is not talking. It's only when local girl Anita (Barbara Britton) breaks her silence does Sam begin to uncover the truth.

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Foreign Intrigue

Foreign Intrigue

Director: Sheldon Reynolds
Year: 1956

Screen icon Robert Mitchum (Man with the Gun) stars as a curious press agent who is determined to investigate the past of his enigmatic, very wealthy and recently murdered employer and ends up in Europe, caught in a complex, deadly situation involving extortion, espionage, romance.

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Hidden Fear

Hidden Fear

Director: Andre De Toth
Year: 1957

American policeman Mike Brent (John Payne, 99 River Street, The Crooked Way) arrives in Denmark to help clear his sister (Natalie Norwick, 23 Paces to Baker Street) from a murder she hasn’t committed, even though all the evidence leads to her being the murderer.

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The Stranger

The Stranger

Director: Orson Welles
Year: 1946

In the Academy Award-nominated THE STRANGER, legendary director Orson Welles delved into the suspense film, crafting a baroque postwar thriller that drew upon the style of his previous work, while laying the groundwork for his later film noir classics. Edward G. Robinson stars as a government agent who tracks a high-ranking Nazi officer to a quaint Connecticut town, where he has created a new identity for himself by marrying the daughter of a local judge. Loaded with extras and mastered in HD from archival 35mm elements preserved by the Library of Congress.

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The Man Who Died Twice

The Man Who Died Twice

Director: Joseph Kane
Year: 1958

A nightclub singer (Vera Ralston, I, Jane Doe) becomes mixed up in illegal drug dealings and the mob shortly after witnessing her husband’s supposed death and the murder of a couple of narcotics agents.

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Scarlet Street

Scarlet Street

Director: Fritz Lang
Year: 1945

When middle-aged milquetoast Chris Cross (Edward G. Robinson) rescues street-walking bad girl Kitty (Joan Bennett) from the rain slicked gutters of Greenwich Village, he plunges headlong into a whirlpool of lust, larceny, and revenge. SCARLET STREET is Fritz Lang's 1945 remake of Jean Renoir's 1931 LA CHIENNE.

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The Trap

The Trap

Director: Kaizo Hayashi
Year: 1996

In love for the first time, cases booked solidly for months and a brand new fax machine prodding his office into the nineties, down-on-his-luck private eye Maiku "Mike" Hama has the world on a string at last. Or does he? In The Trap, things are not what they seem. When a hooded stranger appears in his office with the cryptic challenge "I want you to look for me," Hama is drawn into a string of bizarre serial murders that have Yokohama's police baffled and the city terrified.

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He Ran All the Way

He Ran All the Way

Director: John Berry
Year: 1951

Newly Re-mastered in HD! Nick Robey (John Garfield, The Postman Always Rings Twice) is a dim-witted thug who lives with his mother and scrapes by on petty crime.

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The Crooked Way

The Crooked Way

Director: Robert Florey
Year: 1949

Newly Re-mastered in HD! Everyone wants a piece of Eddie Rice! John Payne (99 River Street, Hidden Fear) plays Eddie Rice, a highly decorated and wounded war veteran who has lost his memory, and is framed for murder.

 

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