First Look: The Dark Pages’ Latest Issue

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Hot off the presses is the new issue of the original publication for noir movie fans, and as a regular contributor I love to tell you what’s in it (and this month’s there’s a lot!):

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  • House by the River (1950)
  • Remembering the wonderful Michéle Morgan
  • A contrarian view on Where Danger Lives (1950)
  • A defense of The Blue Dahlia (1946)
  • The Dark Mirror (1946)
  • “Danger” double dose from 1951: Appointment with Danger and Cry Danger
  • The first DP “watchlist,” this time suggesting 3 Don Seigel noirs to look for
  • My regular calendar of noirs showing on TCM and new on disc in the next couple months, with information on Scarlet Street, Cape Fear, radio writer and noir director Arch Oboler, A Woman’s Face, Phoenix, The Set-up and Possessed

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Dark Pages’ creator and editor Karen Hannsberry makes sure that each issue is full of great reading for any film noir fan; take a walk on the dark side and pick up this issue or a whole subscription.

Click here to visit The Dark Pages’ site to order paper or e-version.

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3 thoughts on “First Look: The Dark Pages’ Latest Issue”

  1. Looks like another great issue! Really looking forward to the three Don Siegel films and the “danger” double dose sounds fun, too.

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