The King of the B's! John Dall and a sizzlingly hard-bitten Peggy Cummins star as a pair of depression era stick up artists (think Bonnie & Clyde only better) in Joseph H. Lewis' blueprint on how to make a film noir. The one-take heist — with viewers looking on from the back seat of the getaway car — will leave your jaw unhinged. Brilliance on a budget, the film should be studied in every film class in the land. (1950) — Scott Marks
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