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felicitysghost: “The Cat and the Canary, 1927. dir Paul Leni ”

felicitysghost: “The Cat and the Canary, 1927. dir Paul Leni ”

The Cat and the Canary, 1927. dir Elliott Nugent

The Cat and the Canary, 1927. dir Elliott Nugent

“The Cat and the Canary”, 1927

“The Cat and the Canary”, 1927

ronaldcmerchant: “Paulette Goddard and William Abbey-the CAT AND THE CANARY (1939) ”

ronaldcmerchant: “Paulette Goddard and William Abbey-the CAT AND THE CANARY (1939) ”

johnnythehorsepart2: “Poster for Louis Feuillade’s Silent Serial Classic, Fantômas (1913-1914) ”

johnnythehorsepart2: “Poster for Louis Feuillade’s Silent Serial Classic, Fantômas (1913-1914) ”

"The Maltese Falcon" was released in 1941, with a bigger budget and bigger stars than many of the B-movie noirs to follow. It's a template for the genre, with Humphrey Bogart as the hard-bitten but morally compromised hero, Mary Astor as the femme fatale, Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre as slimy villains, and Elisha Cook, Jr., as the gun-toting enforcer.

"The Maltese Falcon" was released in 1941, with a bigger budget and bigger stars than many of the B-movie noirs to follow. It's a template for the genre, with Humphrey Bogart as the hard-bitten but morally compromised hero, Mary Astor as the femme fatale, Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre as slimy villains, and Elisha Cook, Jr., as the gun-toting enforcer.

Ian Keith and George Barbier, The Preview Murder Mystery (1936)

Ian Keith and George Barbier, The Preview Murder Mystery (1936)

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