Archive for William Bendix

Killers on a Furlough from Hell! Trigger Happy Teen-Age Hoodlums Living for Kicks! (April, 1956)

Posted in 1950-1959, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 1, 2013 by WB Kelso

 

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Crashout (1955) Standard Productions :: Filmakers Releasing Orginazation / EP: Irving H. Levin / P: Hal E. Chester / D: Lewis R. Foster / W: Hal E. Chester, Lewis R. Foster, Cy Endfield / C: Russell Metty / E: Robert Swink / M: Leith Stevens / S: William Bendix, Arthur Kennedy, Gene Evans, William Talman, Marshall Thompson, Gloria Talbott

Mad at the World (1955) Filmakers Releasing Orginazation / P: Collier Young / AP: James H. Anderson / D: Harry Essex / W: Harry Essex / C: William E. Snyder / E: Stanford Tischler / M: Leith Stevens / S: Frank Lovejoy, Keefe Brasselle, Cathy O’Donnell, Karen Sharpe, Joe Turkel, Aaron Spelling

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For the Love of Film Noir :: Too Dangerous to Touch! (October, 1947)

Posted in 1940-1949, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 31, 2013 by WB Kelso

 

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This post is part of my rehash and continuation of the For the Love of Film Noir Blogathon originally held back in February of 2011. Thus and so, we will be heading down the rain-soaked streets and neon-drenched back alleys of Noirville again for the entire month of March. And along with all the old material migrating over from the old site, we’ll also be scattering around a lot of new stuff as well. Also of note, we’ll be posting them in chronological order to show how the genre evolved and progressed from the 1940′s through the late ’50s. And as an added bonus, I’ll be posting some vintage adverts to stuff I’ve always associated with the genre — cigarettes, booze and fashionable ladies.

The Web (1947) Universal International Pictures :: Universal Pictures / P: Jerry Bresler / D: Michael Gordon / W: William Bowers, Bertram Millhauser, Harry Kurnitz / C: Irving Glassberg / E: Russell F. Schoengarth / M: Hans J. Salter / S: Ella Raines, Edmond O’Brien, Vincent Price, William Bendix, Maria Palmer, Fritz Leiber

The Vigilantes Return (1947) Universal Pictures / P: Howard Welsch / D: Ray Taylor / W: Roy Chanslor / C: Virgil Miller / E: Paul Landres / M: Frank Skinner / S: Jon Hall, Margaret Lindsay, Andy Devine, Paula Drew, Jack Lambert

For the Love of Film Noir :: Save Your Lipstick, Girls. This Guy Plays for Keeps! (June, 1946)

Posted in 1940-1949, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 26, 2013 by WB Kelso

 

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FTLOF - Film Noir 01Reduced Size with Titles

This post is part of my rehash and continuation of the For the Love of Film Noir Blogathon originally held back in February of 2011. Thus and so, we will be heading down the rain-soaked streets and neon-drenched back alleys of Noirville again for the entire month of March. And along with all the old material migrating over from the old site, we’ll also be scattering around a lot of new stuff as well. Also of note, we’ll be posting them in chronological order to show how the genre evolved and progressed from the 1940′s through the late ’50s. And as an added bonus, I’ll be posting some vintage adverts to stuff I’ve always associated with the genre — cigarettes, booze and fashionable ladies.

The Dark Corner (1946) Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation / P: Fred Kohlmar / D: Henry Hathaway / W: Jay Dratler, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Leo Rosten / C: Joseph MacDonald / E: J. Watson Webb / M: Cyril J. Mockridge / S: Mark Stevens, Lucille Ball, Clifton Webb, William Bendix, Kurt Kreuger, Cathy Downs

For the Love of Film Noir :: Dead or Alive, Dames are Double-Trouble for Him! (June, 1946)

Posted in 1940-1949, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 26, 2013 by WB Kelso

 

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When a service man returns home to find his wife knockin’ tongues with another man, it wasn’t exactly the homecoming he’d hoped for. And when it’s revealed that her drunken carelessness resulted in the death of their infant son, a person could understand if he was more than a little upset with her. Of course, if she were to suddenly turn up dead, that’d make him the prime suspect in her murder. Which she does. And he is. Which is why he’s soon on the run from the law, aided and abetted by the ex of the nightclub owner that was schtuping his wife. E’yup: all of that bourbon-fueled Chandler intrigue, with a whack-a-doodle William Bendix chaser, makes this one go down smooth.

FTLOF - Film Noir 01Reduced Size with Titles

This post is part of my rehash and continuation of the For the Love of Film Noir Blogathon originally held back in February of 2011. Thus and so, we will be heading down the rain-soaked streets and neon-drenched back alleys of Noirville again for the entire month of March. And along with all the old material migrating over from the old site, we’ll also be scattering around a lot of new stuff as well. Also of note, we’ll be posting them in chronological order to show how the genre evolved and progressed from the 1940′s through the late ’50s. And as an added bonus, I’ll be posting some vintage adverts to stuff I’ve always associated with the genre — cigarettes, booze and fashionable ladies.

The Blue Dahlia (1946) Paramount Pictures / P: John Houseman / AP: George Marshall / D: George Marshall / W: Raymond Chandler / C: Lionel Lindon / E: Arthur Schmidt / M: Victor Young / S: Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, Doris Dowling, Hugh Beaumont, Howard Da Silva, William Bendix

For the Love of Film Noir :: The Thin Man’s Older Brother vs. Little Miss Dynamite! (November, 1942)

Posted in 1940-1949, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 10, 2013 by WB Kelso

 

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FTLOF - Film Noir 01Reduced Size with Titles

This post is part of my rehash and continuation of the For the Love of Film Noir Blogathon originally held back in February of 2011. Thus and so, we will be heading down the rain-soaked streets and neon-drenched back alleys of Noirville again for the entire month of March. And along with all the old material migrating over from the old site, we’ll also be scattering around a lot of new stuff as well. Also of note, we’ll be posting them in chronological order to show how the genre evolved and progressed from the 1940′s through the late ’50s. And as an added bonus, I’ll be posting some vintage adverts to stuff I’ve always associated with the genre — cigarettes, booze and fashionable ladies.

The Glass Key (1942) Paramount Pictures / EP: Buddy G. DeSylva / P: Fred Kohlmar / D: Stuart Heisler / W: Jonathan Latimer, Dashiell Hammett (novel) / C: Theodor Sparkuhl / E: Archie Marshek / M: Victor Young / S: Brian Donlevy, Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, Bonita Granville, Richard Denning, William Bendix, Margaret Hayes

When These Two Meet the Sky’s the Limit for Split-Second Adventure! (June, 1958)

Posted in 1950-1959, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 17, 2012 by WB Kelso

 

 

 

 

For the Love of Hitchcock :: At the Mercy of the Sea — And Each Other! (April, 1944)

Posted in 1940-1949, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on May 18, 2012 by WB Kelso

 

“Dying together’s even more personal than living together.”

 

 

 

 

And in the great Hitchcock tradition, a cameo appearance by my thumb.

 

 
This post is part of the For the Love of Film Blogathon, a new age telethon to raise funds for The National Film Preservation Foundation to help bring The White Shadow (a/k/a White Shadows), an early silent film that a certain master of suspense did just about everything for except direct — assistant director, screenwriter, film editor, production designer, art director, and set decorator, to the streaming masses and help defray the costs of adding a new musical soundtrack.
 

 
There’s no donation too small, folks. So please, click on the link above, wherever you see it this week and give what you can. Thanks. For more information, check out the group’s Facebook page. Big thanks, as always, to Ferdy on Film, The Self-Styled Siren and This Island Rod for throwing such a wide net for contributors. Until tomorrow, then, I bid you all a good ev-ah-ning.
 

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Life Boat (1944) Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation / EP: Darryl F. Zanuck, William Goetz / P: Alfred Hitchcock, Kenneth Macgowan / D: Alfred Hitchcock / W: John Steinbeck, Jo Swerling / C: Glen MacWilliams, Arthur C. Miller / E: Dorothy Spencer / M: Hugo Friedhofer / S: Tallulah Bankhead, John Hodiak, Walter Slezak, Mary Anderson, William Bendix, Canada Lee, Henry Hull, Hume Cronyn, Heather Angel,