Classic Film Noir

I have always considered the film world as one of the arts closest to my heart. Since I was a youngster I have been a fan of the "Silver-Screen!" Beginning with the Saturday afternoon matinee regiment, i.e., three cartoons, two continuing serials and a double feature. This was at a time when the vast majority of the films presented were mostly in the black and white medium. I guess that I just never grew out of my love for this particular genre! I currently have a library of about one-thousand digital films. My first collection of analog motion-pictures was made ultilizing VHS cassettes, that is, before I went digital. I ultimately had 686 of them in my collection. My current and past collections have included the films staring the following actors: Humphrey Bogart; James Cagney, Robert Mitchum, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Marlon Brando, Vincent Price, Jeff Bridges, Cary Grant, Edward G. Robinson, Fred Mac Murray, Harvey Keitel, James Dean, Barbara Stanwick, Raymond Massey, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, Jack Okie, Thomas Mitchell, Harrison Ford, Karl Malden, Kirt Douglas, Dennis Hopper, Nicolas Cage, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Sidney Toler, Warner Oland, Noah Berry, Henry Morgan, Frank Morgan and a list too long to continue, but I think you catch my drift?




Casablanca (Humphrey Bogar - Claude Raines)
The 3rd Man (Joseph Cotton - Orson Welles)
The Dark Corner (Lucille Ball - Clifton Webb)
The Art of Noir
This Gun For Hire (Alan Ladd - Veronica Lake)
Born to Kill (Lawrence Tierney - Clair Trevor))