1. sweetheartsandcharacters:

    ACTORS WHO HAVE PLAYED PHILIP MARLOWE: Dick Powell in Murder, My Sweet (1944), Humphrey Bogart in The Big Sleep (1946), Robert Montgomery in Lady in the Lake (1947), George Montgomery in The Brasher Doubloon (1947), Philip Carey in the TV show (1959-60), James Garner in Marlowe (1969), Elliott Gould in The Long Goodbye (1973), Robert Mitchum in Farewell, My Lovely (1975), Powers Boothe in another TV show (1983-86) and James Caan in Poodle Springs (1998).

    (Sources: www.prettycleverfilms.com/ www.murrayewing.co.uk/ www.soundonsight.org/ www.tvclasica.com/ www.garnerphile.blogspot.com/ www.jake-weird.blogspot.fr/ www.thetimes.co.uk/ www.permissiontokill.com/ www.tvspielfilm.de)

  2. rottentomatoes:

    unclescontractkillers:

    On The Set Of ’ The Night Of The Hunter ’ 1955 - Charles Laughton - Robert Mitchum 

    Certified Fresh at 98%

  3. avasgal:

"Sometimes, I think I ought to go back and do at least one thing really well. But again, indolence will probably cause me to hesitate about finding a place to start. Part of that indolence perhaps is due to shyness because I’m a natural hermit. I’ve been in constant motion of escape all my life. I never really found the right corner to hide in." 
-Robert Mitchum

    avasgal:

    "Sometimes, I think I ought to go back and do at least one thing really well. But again, indolence will probably cause me to hesitate about finding a place to start. Part of that indolence perhaps is due to shyness because I’m a natural hermit. I’ve been in constant motion of escape all my life. I never really found the right corner to hide in."

    -Robert Mitchum

  4. 
Robert Mitchum photographed for Out of the Past (1947)

    Robert Mitchum photographed for Out of the Past (1947)

    (Source: deforest)

  5. wandrlust:

Spanish Poster for Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur, 1947)

    wandrlust:

    Spanish Poster for Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur, 1947)

  6. jellobiafrasays:

the big sleep (1976 ed.)

    jellobiafrasays:

    the big sleep (1976 ed.)

  7. 
Robert Mitchum photographed by Ronny Jacques, c. 1947.

    Robert Mitchum photographed by Ronny Jacques, c. 1947.

    (Source: robert-mitchum)

  8. "It’s a hard world for little things."

    #60 - The Night of the Hunter
    USA | 1955

  9. haroldlloyds:

    NOIRVEMBER DAY 25 - Out of the Past (1947) dir. Jacques Tourneur

  10. mykindofimages:

    Out of the Past (1947). Directed by Jacques Tourneur.

  11. noirbynight:

"I never saw her int the daytime.  We seemed to live by night.  What was left of the day went away like a pack of cigarettes you smoked.  I didn’t know where she lived.  I didn’t follow her.  All I ever had to go on was a place and a time to see her again.  I don’t know what we were waiting for. Maybe we thought the world would end."
Jeff Bailey (Robert Mitchum) in Out Of The Past (1947).
source: fragmentsofnoir.blogspot.com

    noirbynight:

    "I never saw her int the daytime.  We seemed to live by night.  What was left of the day went away like a pack of cigarettes you smoked.  I didn’t know where she lived.  I didn’t follow her.  All I ever had to go on was a place and a time to see her again.  I don’t know what we were waiting for. Maybe we thought the world would end."

    Jeff Bailey (Robert Mitchum) in Out Of The Past (1947).

    source: fragmentsofnoir.blogspot.com

  12. blacklightnoir:

Robert Mitchum in Out of the Past Dir. by Jacques Tourneur1947

    blacklightnoir:

    Robert Mitchum
    in Out of the Past
    Dir. by Jacques Tourneur
    1947

    (Source: williemckay)

  13. haroldlloyds:

    NOIRVEMBER DAY 25 - Out of the Past (1947) dir. Jacques Tourneur

  14. thefuturistiswriting:

SEE YOU NOIR WEDNESDAY!
FAREWELL, MY LOVELY (1975, Dick Richards)
*Remember … it’s NOIRvember

    thefuturistiswriting:

    SEE YOU NOIR WEDNESDAY!

    FAREWELL, MY LOVELY (1975, Dick Richards)

    *Remember … it’s NOIRvember

  15. thefuturistiswriting:

SEE YOU NOIR WEDNESDAY!
THE BIG SLEEP (1978, Michael Winner)
*it’s NOIRvember

    thefuturistiswriting:

    SEE YOU NOIR WEDNESDAY!

    THE BIG SLEEP (1978, Michael Winner)

    *it’s NOIRvember