dsubnet0's Favorite Movies of the 1940s

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Casablanca 1942, 102 min.

Michael Curtiz     Starring: Humphrey BogartIngrid BergmanPaul Henreid

Based-on-Theatre    Drama    Romance

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Gilda 1946, 110 min.

Charles Vidor     Starring: Joseph CalleiaSteven GerayRita Hayworth

Drama    Femme Fatale    Film Noir

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Citizen Kane 1941, 119 min.

Orson Welles     Starring: Orson WellesRay CollinsJoseph Cotten

Drama    Newspaper Film    Period Film

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The Set-Up 1949, 72 min.

Robert Wise     Starring: Robert RyanAudrey TotterGeorge Tobias

Drama    Film Noir    Sports Drama

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Detour 1945, 67 min.

Edgar G. Ulmer     Starring: Tom NealAnn SavageClaudia Drake

Crime Drama    Crime    Drama

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Thieves' Highway 1949, 94 min.

Jules Dassin     Starring: Richard ConteValentina CorteseLee J. Cobb

Crime Drama    Crime    Drama

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The Gangster 1947, 84 min.

Gordon Wiles     Starring: Barry SullivanBelitaJoan Lorring

Crime    Gangster Film

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The Letter 1940, 95 min.

William Wyler     Starring: Frieda InescortJames StephensonBette Davis

Drama    Film Noir    Melodrama

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Scarlet Street 1945, 103 min.

Fritz Lang     Starring: Margaret LindsayJess BarkerDan Duryea

Crime Drama    Crime    Drama

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