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Double Indemnity (movie)

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  • Review: 'Los Angeles Plays Itself' ★★★★

    Review: 'Los Angeles Plays Itself' ★★★★
    Thom Andersen's beautiful, mordant 2003 cine-essay, "Los Angeles Plays Itself," screens at the Music Box Theatre for one night next week, Wednesday. It's finally coming to cable and home-viewing formats at the end of the month, 11 long years after its premiere, but the big screen really is the ideal way to soak up Andersen's inspired ruminations about his city as a filming location and as a repository for other filmmakers' daydreams and nightmares.
  • Garry Marshall to direct 'Billy & Ray' in New York

    Garry Marshall to direct 'Billy & Ray' in New York
    "Billy & Ray" -- a stage play about Billy Wilder, Raymond Chandler and the making of "Double Indemnity" -- opened at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank last year to rave reviews, running for a little more than a month at the 130-seat theater space. The...

    Raymond Chandler to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

    One of Los Angeles' greatest noir writers will be getting a permanent place in the sun: on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Raymond Chandler is one of 30 people who will get such stars in 2015. Most of the stars on the Walk of Fame honor people we see on the...

    14 things you don't know about James M. Cain

    Today is James M. Cain's birthday; the titan of noir writing was born July 1, 1892. The longtime writer is best known for three books that were made into now-classic films: "The Postman Always Rings Twice," "Mildren Pierce" and  "Double Indemnity." Born...

    Pageant of the Masters hosts media preview

    Pageant of the Masters hosts media preview
    In a show built around the merging of mystery and art, Shun Goss had a puzzle of his own to solve: how to remain still for 90 seconds while portraying a character in the midst of taking a step. The Mission Viejo seventh-grader seemed to have a...