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Here is an account of the furtive Philip Yordan, perhaps the nost mysterious figure in Hollywood history.
Alan's take on one of the forgotten giants of filmdom and journalism
Eleanor Parker was one of the most distinctive actresses of the classic film noir era. Read my recent interview with her in my 2010 Noir City Sentinel article.
Read a review in The Evening Class blog about Alan K. Rode's role in staging the Noir City Film Festivals and his contributions to the heritage of Film Noir.
An interview with the late Arnold Laven whose career encompassed a large portion of film noir.
An essay about the greatest women-in-prison movie that is definitely not camp.
The credit "Directed by" or Screenplay by" doesn't always tell the whole story.