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.

    1. Really like the variety of topics, and it’s always fun when there’s a debate going on about movies, as in a couple of these pieces.

      1. Looks like there’s more to the one I wrote about in the 1950 issue, WHERE DANGER LIVES…

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