Day 22 of Noirvember: Someone’s in the Kitchen

I don’t know if classic film stars spent as much time in the kitchen as the movie magazines of the day would have you believe, but I quite like to think of my favorite performers whipping up a three-layer chocolate cake or tasty batch of fried chicken.

Today’s Noirvember post takes a peek inside the kitchens of some of our favorite shadowy actors and actresses – and serves up my recommended noir for each!

Veronica Lake: The Glass Key (1942)

 

Richard Widmark: Night and the City (1950)

 

Dorothy Malone: The Big Sleep (1946)

 

Ava Gardner: The Killers (1946) (duh)

 

Raymond Burr: Desperate (1947)

 

Jeanne Crain: Leave Her to Heaven (1945)

 

Victor Mature: Cry of the City (1948)

 

Rita Hayworth: Gilda (1946)

Bon appetit, y’all! Join me tomorrow for Day 23 of Noirvember!

~ by shadowsandsatin on November 22, 2019.

6 Responses to “Day 22 of Noirvember: Someone’s in the Kitchen”

  1. Very creative post! It’s hard to narrow it down to just one favorite Raymond Burr Film Noir, but you chose a great one!

  2. Wonderful pics!

  3. I’d be afraid to drink anything whipped up by noir Raymond Burr!

  4. Great photo of Victor Mature and the egg in freefall.

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