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  1. BRUTE FORCE (1947): In this brutal film noir, a convict (Burt Lancaster) plans a daring and violent escape from a sadistic prison. FNF prez and Noir Alley host Eddie Muller said of the film's ending, "the climax of Brute Force displayed the most harrowing violence ever seen in movie theaters." Gritty noir photography provided by Oscar winner ...

  2. F ind TCM fans in your area to start your own group! 1.1k posts. ... Film Noir--Gangster. 15k posts. 4K Restoration of I, the Jury (1953) on Blu-ray Disc and in 3D;

  3. Mar 18, 2009 · A secretary at the time, Alice Guy-Blaché attended the Lumière screening of the first ever film projection demonstration. A year later, she became the first female director, and possibly first director ever. Tomorrow night on #SilentSundayNights we look at her work.

  4. A film noir every Saturday at Midnight & Sunday at 10am ET on TCM. Hosted by Film Noir Foundation's Eddie Muller. Join the conversation at #NoirAlley.

  5. Noir, by its nature, is defined by despair and disillusionment. Yet few Hollywood noirs are as despairing, or as darkly glittering, as Nightmare Alley, the 1947 film adaptation of William Lindsay Gresham's novel of the same name, which had been published just a year earlier.

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  7. Key Largo is a 1948 American film noir crime drama directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson and Lauren Bacall. The supporting cast features Lionel Barrymore and Claire Trevor. The film was adapted by Richard Brooks and Huston from Maxwell Anderson's 1939 play of the same name.

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