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Movie Posters:Film Noir, The Enforcer (Warner Brothers, 1951). Three Sheet (41" X 79"). FilmNoir.. ... Image #1

Poster for "The Enforcer" (aka "Murder, Inc."), a black-and-white film noir featuring Humphrey Bogart

Seldom has broad comedy so thoroughly mingled with the darker themes of film noir than in Cry Danger rife with ... a night world  full of deceptive dames and double crosses and sparkling repartee.

Cry Danger Movie Poster x 17 Inches - x Style A -(Dick Powell)(Rhonda Fleming)(Richard Erdman)(William Conrad)(Regis Toomey)

Stolen Face (1952)

Stolen Face - Terence Fisher - 1952 - starring Lizabeth Scott and Paul Henried

The Racket - John Cromwell - 1951 - starring Robert Mitchum, Lizabeth Scott and Robert Ryan

An okay film, check it out if you love Robert Mitchum (which you should). Otherwise, there are a lot better things to spend your time on as far as film noir goes.

Gun Crazy (1949)

Gun Crazy (aka Deadly Is the Female), Film noir directed by Joseph H. Lewis, starring Peggy Cummins and John Dall.

The Guilty (1947) is a film noir based on a story by Cornell Woolrich.The film tells the story of two roommates. One of the men, who suffered a head injury during the war, meets a girl and begins to date her. When he finds out she's dating other men around town he dumps her and starts dating her sweet twin sister, who ends up missing and later is found murdered on an apartment rooftop. Her boyfriend is accused of the crime

"The Guilty" is a film noir based on a story by Cornell Woolrich.