Double Indemnity

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From femme fatale to cattle rancher: how Barbara Stanwyck bucked convention
Her versatility made her a star of Hollywood’s golden age, but Stanwyck’s best characters were always fighters who, like herself, had tasted life’s bitterness

Pamela Hutchinson

18, Jan, 2019 @10:57 AM

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After The Maltese Falcon: how film noir took flight
Ushering in an uneasy world of femmes fatales and shady sleuths, The Maltese Falcon marked the beginnings of film noir. Seventy-five years on, how can this genre speak to our times?

Phil Hoad

28, Oct, 2016 @2:00 PM

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Philip French's classic DVD: Double Indemnity

Billy Wilder's collaboration with Raymond Chandler produced a superb thriller that helped define film noir, writes Philip French

Philip French

28, Jul, 2012 @11:01 PM

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This week's new DVD & Blu-ray

The Innkeepers | A Dangerous Method | Double Indemnity | Howl's Moving Castle | King Of New York

Phelim O'Neill

22, Jun, 2012 @11:06 PM

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My favourite film: Readers' comments – week six

We round up the finest of your reponses to last week's films – in this case Way Out West, Double Indemnity, Tampopo, Back to the Future and Kes

Guardian Film

12, Dec, 2011 @3:07 PM

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My favourite film: Readers' comments – week five
We're picking out your finest responses to our My Favourite Film series, for which Guardian writers have selected the movies they go back to time and again. Here's a roundup of how you responded in week five, when the selections were Dead Poets Society, The Thing, Blow-Up, The 39 Steps, Little Shop of Horrors, Way Out West and Double Indemnity

Guardian film

29, Nov, 2011 @4:37 PM

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My favourite film: Double Indemnity

In our writers' favourite film series, Paul Howlett is moved by the heartbreak in this classy film noir about an insurance salesman

Paul Howlett

29, Nov, 2011 @9:25 AM

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Double Indemnity: No 6 best crime film of all time

Billy Wilder, 1944

Ryan Gilbey

17, Oct, 2010 @10:50 AM

The real video nasties

Why is it that I can't find Double Indemnity at my local video shop, but there are racks filled with straight-to-DVD knockoffs?

Ned Beauman

06, Feb, 2007 @2:39 PM

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Double Indemnity

Andrew Pulver: If you like your dialogue hardboiled, your lighting shadowy, and your femmes fatales preposterously evil, then look no further.

Andrew Pulver

11, Nov, 2005 @1:02 AM

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