Day 3 of our blogathon brings even more theft and mayhem!
Critica Retro writes about William Powell’s perfect counterpart to his Nick Charles persona in The Thin Man–The Robber in the pre-code film Jewel Robbery.
4 Star Films enjoys the unexpected levity in The Big Steal, the film that paired Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer again after their success with Out of the Past.
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society examines the bittersweet romance between a thief and an honest man in Remember the Night.
Thoughts All Sorts is engrossed by the slower pace of the heist movie Man on a Ledge.
Movierob is fascinated by the art of lifting wallets depicted in Robert Besson’s French New Wave film, Pickpocket.
Moon in Gemini finds the satire of upwardly-mobile Americans willing to steal to maintain their lifestyle prescient in Fun with Dick and Jane.
Random Pictures loves the mash-up of classic noir and 1970s-style filmmaking in Payback.
Bloggers: if you post late, no worries! I will do a round-up post of any last-minute entries in a day or two.
Thanks so much to everyone who participated!
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Here’s my post, very much at the last minute: https://cinematicscribblings.wordpress.com/2017/11/19/car-crazy-le-depart-1967/ Thank you, and I apologize for being so late.
Better late than never! 😊 I will do a final round up post and include it. Thanks for participating!
Totally spaced this weekend and never posted the link! Ugh!!! Anyway, here is it is. Sorry it’s late! Now i get to enjoy what i missed!! http://www.top10filmlists.com/criss-cross-1949.html
No problem! Will go in the final round up post.