Talk About a Stranger (1952) starring Billy Gray, George Murphy and Nancy Davis. I interviewed Billy Gray for my forthcoming book Cries in the Night: Children in Film Noir (BearManor Media 2022). - Robert Strom of San Leandro on FacebookContinue
Jimmy Hunt in Pitfall (1948)
Jimmy Hunt is just one of the many former child actors I've interviewed for my forthcoming book Cries in the Night: Children in Film Noir (BearManor Media 2022). See my facebook page for more. - Robert Strom of San Leandro…Continue
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Join us at Camelot Theatre
on Sat, October 14, 2017 at 7:30 PM
for a very special screening of Marsha Hunt's
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Thursday, May 11, 2017 through Sunday, May 14 2017
Thursday, May 11th
7:30 pm HOLLOW TRIUMPH (1948) Guest: Monika Henried
Q&A, and Opening Night…Continue
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Academy Award® winner Claude Jarman Jr. to appear at Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival.
Festival Opens on Thursday, May 12 and runs through Sunday, May 15at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs.…Continue
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2016 Edition of the Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival to feature eclectic line-up of noir classics, restoration premieres, rare films and guest stars.
Festival Opens on Thursday, May 12 and runs through Sunday, May 15 at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs.…Continue
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The sixteenth edition of the Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival is set to open on Thursday night, May 14th, and run through Sunday, May 17th, 2015. The complete schedule, which includes an outstanding list of noir favorites, can be seen online in its entirety at …Continue
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2014 Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival
One of Humphrey Bogart’s best and most overlooked roles is as a crusading metropolitan newspaper editor scrambling to finish an expose on a powerful organized crime chieftain as the paper…Continue
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Friday, May 9, 7:30pm
Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) Paramount, 89 minutes.
Barbara Stanwyck is unforgettable as an emotionally damaged, bedridden heiress who overhears a murder plot on a crossed telephone line. Stanwyck begins to fear that someone is plotting against her and is unable to contact her husband (Burt…
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Thursday, May 8, 2014 through Sunday, May 11, 2014
Thursday, May 8 - 7:30 PM
The Window (1949) RKO, 73 minutes.
The screen adaptation of Cornell Woolrich’s “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” is one of Hollywood’s classic suspense films. Ten-year old Bobby Driscoll is a chronic fibber except after he witnesses a murder and is unable to convince his parents (Barbara Hale and Arthur Kennedy)…
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The Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival suffered a grievous loss with the death of co-producer Marvin Paige last November.
Marvin became associated with the festival at its inception when he arranged for Anne Jeffreys and Gloria Stuart to be special guests back in 2001. He worked with the late Arthur Lyons and myself to arrange the…Continue
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Watching Welles' 1948 film of Macbeth to commemorate the Bard's 450th birthday... it's on YouTube... not the greatest copy, but it is what it is.
It is also not a great film... shot under time and financial constraints for a traditionally low-budget studio, the almost B-movie aspects are obvious. Hmmmm... sound familiar? Much of that can be said of most of the films we now call classic noir.
After watching this, I may dig out my copy of Polanski's Macbeth as…Continue
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The complete screening schedule for the 2014 Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival at the Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, California on May 8-11 is now available online at www.arthutlyonsfilmfestival.org.
“This year’s lineup of outstanding films along with an eclectic mixture of guests…
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The 2014 Edition of the Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival opens its 15th year at the Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs on May 8th. Producer and Host Alan K. Rode announced that film…Continue
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Coming November 15, 2013 – November 17, 2013Continue
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Who else noticed the wrap-around aspect of the first and last movies in this year's festival? The horse mentioned as the sweepstakes winner in "Three Strangers" and the horse mentioned in "The Asphalt Jungle" were BOTH names Corncracker! Very crafty, Alan, very crafty...
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