#Noirvember Continues with a Kino Classics Giveaway (Blog/Facebook)

Celebrating #Noirvember with Kino Lorber!
DVD/Blu-Ray Giveaway, Winner’s Choice of 4 Classic Titles

Now it’s time for the Facebook/Blog version of our contest! That said, there’s still two more chances to win our Kino Lorber #Noirvember giveaway, courtesy of Kino LorberEach of our two winners will be able to choose one prize from the following four titles  A Bullet for Joey (Edward G. Robinson and George Raft), No Orchids for Miss Blandish (Jack La Rue, Hugh McDermott and Linden Travers), Daisy Kenyon (Joan Crawford, Dana Andrews and Henry Fonda) or A Kiss Before Dying (Robert Wagner, Jeffrey Hunter).  And don’t forget – you can also enter the Twitter version of the contest for more changes to win because we’ll be giving away EIGHT prizes there too. That said, here we go…

In order to qualify to win a prize via this Facebook/Blog contest giveaway, you must complete the below entry task by Saturday, Dec 8 at 10PM ESTWe will pick our two winners via a random drawing and announce them on this Blog the day after the contest ends (Sunday Dec 9).

daisy kenyon dana andrews joan crawford henry fonda posterDaisy Kenyon, 1947 (Otto Preminger director)


Here are the titles up for grabs:

A Bullet for Joey: Blu-Ray or DVD available. Edward G. Robinson (Scarlet Street) and George Raft (They Drive by Night) star in this espionage thriller that pulls out all the stops for excitement and edge-of-your-seat suspense.

No Orchids for Miss Blandish:  Blu-Ray or DVD available. Based on a shocking novel by James Hadley Chase (The Night of the Generals) – the film’s mixture of sex, violence and low morals made it one of the most controversial films of the late 1940s. The story tells of a pampered heiress (Linden Travers, The Lady Vanishes) who is abducted on her wedding night by a gang of small time hoods, in what starts out as a jewel robbery and turns into a kidnapping/murder when one of them kills the groom.

Daisy Kenyon:  Blu-Ray ONLY available. Joan Crawford (Mildred Pierce), Dana Andrews (Boomerang) and Henry Fonda (The Ox-Bow Incident) deliver dazzling performances in this highly polished and slick love triangle directed by the great Otto Preminger (Laura). Daisy Kenyon (Crawford) is a lovelorn commercial artist caught in a romantic triangle with two men – one she loves but cannot have and one whose love she cannot return.

A Kiss Before Dying:  Blu-Ray ONLY available. He had looks, charm, and killer instinct! Beneath his clean-cut looks… was a cold-blooded killer. Robert Wagner (Hart to Hart, The Pink Panther) gambled with his clean-cut image to play the ruthless, conniving killer in this unrelenting thriller co-starring Jeffrey Hunter (The Searchers), Virginia Leith (Fear and Desire), Joanne Woodward (Three Faces of Eve), Robert Quarry (Madhouse), George Macready (Gilda) and Mary Astor (The Hurricane). Based on the novel by suspense master Ira Levin (Rosemary’s Baby, The Stepford Wives).

1956 A Kiss Before Dying posterA Kiss Before Dying, 1956 (Gerd Oswald director)


ENTRY TASK to be completed by Saturday, Dec 8 at 10PM EST…

1) Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post

What is one of your favorite Film Noirs and why?

ALSO: Please allow us 48 hours to approve your comments. Sorry about that, but we are being overwhelmed with spam, and must sort through 100s of comments…


You can visit Kino Lorber on their website, on Twitter at @KinoLorber or on Facebook.

Please note that only Continental United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and the territory of Puerto Rico) entrants are eligible.

And — BlogHub members ARE eligible to win if they live within the Continental United States (as noted above).

For complete rules, click here.

And if you can’t wait to win any of these titles, you can click on the images below to purchase on amazon :)



Good Luck!

–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub

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7 Responses to #Noirvember Continues with a Kino Classics Giveaway (Blog/Facebook)

  1. Jodi says:

    My favorite film noir is “Double Indemnity.” Barbara Stanwyck, Fred Macmurray, and Edward G. Robinson are amazing! And Barbara is so glamorous! Wow!

  2. Vickie Gleason says:

    I would say Double Indemnity is one of my favorites. The first time I saw it I was shocked to see Fred MacMurray in that role and it was my introduction to Barbara Stanwyck.

  3. Amy Condit says:

    One of my favorite film noirs is “Gun Crazy”. The pacing is incredible, and the shot where the camera is continuously filming in the back seat while John Dall andPeggy Cummins drive to rob the bank and then get away is clever cinematography.

  4. Nancy says:

    One of my favorite film noirs is Gilda because I love watching Rita Hayworth. She is the ultimate femme fatale!

  5. Chris Teel says:

    My favorite Noir is Double Indemnity. It’s a close runner up to The Maltese Falcon, but the tension between McMurray and Stanwyck tips the scales to Indemnity. I’ve been lucky to see them both on the big screen thanks to Classic Movie Hub and they were both AMAZING! Thanks for this chance.

  6. Dillon Gonzales says:

    One of my favorites is Sunset Boulevard because it was one of the first movies that opened the door for me to film noir. Gloria Swanson is tragic in this movie and the interplay between her and William Holden makes the movie truly special.

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