Day 30 of Noirvember: Parting Gifs

Well, noir lovers, we’ve come now to the end of another Noirvember – it seems like this one passed more rapidly than any other. But you know what they say – the older you get, the faster time flies. (They don’t say that? Well, they should.)

I want to take this opportunity to extend my most sincere gratitude for everyone who read my posts or left comments this month. You made every day worth while. And for you, on this last day of Noirvember 2019, I have some parting gifs, inspired by a quote from Al Fisher (Steve Brodie) of Out of the Past, who once opined, “A dame with a rod is like a guy with a knitting needle.” I don’t know from guys with knitting needles, but I do know about noir dames and rods, and today’s final Noirvember post is a celebration of these dames. Enjoy!

Peggy Cummins

Ann Blyth

Joan Crawford

Barbara Stanwyck

Diana Dors

Bette Davis

Jane Greer

See you next Noirvember!


~ by shadowsandsatin on November 30, 2019.

14 Responses to “Day 30 of Noirvember: Parting Gifs”

  1. Loved reading them. As a noir fan it was awesome.

  2. Thank you for a lovely Noirvember, and the gals with gats post is the perfect finale!

  3. Sorry it’s come to an end. Noir forever! Thank you .

  4. Hell hath no fury!

  5. Dames with rods…


  6. Loved it! The best thing about November along with Thanksgiving. Looking forward to next year!

  7. Sad to see the darkness and mayhem of another Noirvember go. Reading through your posts this month has been a highlight!

  8. What? Over so soon?

    As always, I thoroughly enjoyed your Noirvember posts. It’s like getting a treat every day.

  9. Oh no… already ???????

  10. Very nice writeup on Noirvember!

    BTW, I nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award. I see you already received one, but so what? There’s never enough of a good thing.

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