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    Can Anyone HELP w/these:



    Bang, You're Dead (1954) Derek Farr

    Black Memory (1947) Michael Atkinson

    Cross Channel (1955) Wayne Morris

    Dark Secret (1949) Dinah Sheridan

    Date With Disaster (1957) Tom Drake

    Deadlock (1943) John Slater

    Escape By Night (1965) Terrence Longdon

    The Gilded Cage (1954) Alex Nicol

    The Great Van Robbery (1957) Michael Patrick Bell

    House of Blackmail (1953) Wm. Sylvester

    Jailbreak (1962) Peter Reynolds

    Journey Into Nowhere (1963) Tony Wright

    Links of Justice (1958) Jack Watling

    Mailbag Robbery (1957) Lee Patterson

    Man From Tangier (1957) Rob't Hutton

    Midnight Episode (1950) Stanley Holloway

    Million Dollar Manhunt (1958) Ronald Adam

    Mix Me A Person (1962) Anne Baxter

    The Murder Game (1966) Ken Scott

    Murder in Reverse (1945) Wm. Hartnell

    Murder Reported (1958) Paul Carpenter

    Naked Fury (1959) Kenneth Cope

    Mever Mention Murder (1964) Maxine Audley

    No Road Back (1957) Skip Homeier

    Once A Sinner (1950) Jack Watling

    Operation Murder (1957) Tom Conway

    The Passing Stranger (1954) Lee Patterson

    Port Afrique (1956) Pier Angeli

    The Psychopath (1966) Patrick Wymark

    Sentenced For Life (1960) Francis Matthews

    The Six Men (1951) Harold Warrender

    This Was A Woman (1948) Sonia Dresdel

    3 Silent Men (1940) Derrick De Marney

    A Time To Kill (1955) Jack Watling

    Time To Remember (1962) Yvonne Monlaur

    Trunk Crime (1939) Manning Whiley

    Vengeance Is Mine (1949) Valentine Dyall

    West 11 (1963) Eric Portman

    Whirlpool (1959) Juliette Greco

    The Witness (1959) Dermot Walsh

    You Pay Your Money (1957) Hugh McDermott

    Even one (1) Would HELP! RSVP via PM. Thanks.

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    I have these seven films on DVD's:-



    Bang, You're Dead (1954) Derek Farr.

    The Gilded Cage (1954) Alex Nicol.

    Mailbag Robbery (aka The Flying Scot) (1957) Lee Patterson.

    Mix Me A Person (1962) Anne Baxter.

    No Road Back (1957) Skip Homeier.

    West 11 (1963) Eric Portman.

    The Six Men (1951) Harold Warrender.



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    I can help you with 16 of these and have sent you a PM

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    Hi, I would be interested in some of these films also if anyone can help me out, Thanks, Johnny.

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    name='johnnyanglia']Hi, I would be interested in some of these films also if anyone can help me out, Thanks, Johnny.


    Johnny,



    I have a baker's dozen of the titles above. I'll PM you with more info and we'll see if we can help you out.



    Cheers,



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    I would be interested in one of the films mentioned on the list Three Silent Men 1940 if this is included in anyones collection? I'm after it to add to my Derrick de Marney collection also The Spider another film from this period with Derrick and Diana Churchill in.



    Maralyn

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    Grebmoolb, If it's not too rude to ask - how on earth do you come up with such a list ? I ask this out of admiration, I assure you .

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    Billy Bentley, I can't of course answer for Grebmoolb, but Mcfarland Press have fairly recently published "British Film Noir Guide" by Michael Keaney, a pretty exaustive tome.

    Amazon.com have it for $49.50.

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    Nobby,

    I'm otally unaware of Said Tome!

    grebmoolb

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    name='billy bentley']Grebmoolb, If it's not too rude to ask - how on earth do you come up with such a list ? I ask this out of admiration, I assure you .
    Probably a request from elsewhere, some of the titles are the US aka.

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    Thanks Nobby. I think I posted a question before about Michael Keaney's "British Film Noir Guide", but I will repeat it. Anybody got it, if so what do you think ?

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    I've ordered it for work. I'll let you know when we get it.

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    Thank You Sir !

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    name='billy bentley']Thanks Nobby. I think I posted a question before about Michael Keaney's "British Film Noir Guide", but I will repeat it. Anybody got it, if so what do you think ?


    I've got a copy.



    The book accounts for 369 UK titles produced between 1937 and 1964 that Keaney feels embody many of the same filmic qualities as those similar to American noirs of the classic period.



    As one might expect with any listing that suggests authority and comprehensiveness, people are going to take issue with a) what's been included and b) what's not. And around that there's been some real contention within the film noir community, at least on this side of the pond.



    However, as far as it goes (or even doesn't) it's a useful resource and a good starting point for most purposes in approaching Brit Noir as a collector. Each film is rated on a 1 to 5 star basis so if you want to just cut to the chase, it's very helpful.



    However, backing up, one problem - if you want to call it that- with the book is that Keaney often labours too long on questions of plot and prehaps not enough on those of analysis and context.



    That said, I'm happy to have the book as it's provided a valuable annotated checklist of British noir.



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