Tag Archives: Film Noir

Strangers on a Train 1951

  Warner Brothers Not as famous a train movie as Hitchcock’s magnificent, North by Northwest, Strangers on a Train still manages a respectable amount of railroad action and decor in its 101 minutes. Robert Walker steals the show with his … Continue reading

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Berlin Express 1948

RKO Radio Pictures Berlin Express is a very enjoyable bit of film noir that deals with the Allied occupation of Germany immediately after World War 2.  Merle Oberon and Robert Ryan star in this train-encrusted whodunit which accurately depicts that … Continue reading

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The Narrow Margin 1952

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Film Noir on rails!  This surprisingly well-done “B” picture tells the story of a Los Angeles detective tasked with bringing a gangster’s wife West to testify before a grand jury.  The mob is on to them, … Continue reading

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