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"Film noir, a term coined by the French, for a style of American movies that first evolved in the late 1930s, became prominent in the post-war era and lasted until about 1960."
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What is the literal meaning of film noir?
Black film or cinema
What is NOT a primary characteristic or mood associated with film noir movies?
Which of these films from 1941 could be classified as film noir?
The Maltese Falcon
The Lady Eve
Meet John Doe
Raymond Chandler's gumshoe Philip Marlowe appeared in many movies identifed as film noir. Which actor did not play Philip Marlowe?
Which famous romance film noir starred Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray and Edward G. Robinson?
There's Always Tomorrow
The Violent Men
Lady of Burlesque
Which film of Hitchcock's is in the film noir tradition?
The Lady Vanishes
Shadow of a Doubt
The acting duo of Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake appeared in several film noir movies. Which film didn't they appear in?
This Gun for Hire
The Blue Dahlia
The Glass Key
Leave Her to Heaven
What film noir was an adaptation of an Ernest Hemingway story starring Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner?
The Great Sinner
Which film noir classic was a about a suspected murderess who covered up for her beloved and venomous daughter?
A Woman's Face
Which James M. Cain novel has been filmed twice in English in the 20th century?
The Postman Always Rings Twice
Stand Up and Fight
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Compiled May 24 13