Black Hand (1950) was a Crime - Film Noir Film directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by William H. Wright.
Silent Sunday – The Black Hand (1906)By Michael on Apr 8, 2018 From Durnmoose Movie Musings
Since Sunday tends to be a day of quiet and reflection for many people, it seems an appropriate day to celebrate silent movies. But in keeping with the “day of rest” theme, I’m just going to post this without any commentary and just sit back and let you enjoy.... Read full article
Black Hand (1950)By Emily on Apr 29, 2014 From The Vintage Cameo
Though he’s remembered mostly as a song-and-dance man, Gene Kelly also performed in a handful of films that required no tap shoes or leotards;?straight dramas that required only acting chops and a willingness to commit. One of those is 1950′s?Black Hand, an early example of a mafia drama... Read full article
Black Hand, The: True Story of a Recent Occurrence in the Italian Quarter of New York (1906)By John Grant on Jan 21, 2014 From Noirish
US / c650ft (11 minutes) / bw / American Mutoscope & Biograph Dir: Wallace McCutcheon Pr: Francis J. Marion Cine: G.W. Bitzer Cast: Anthony O’Sullivan, Robert G. Vignola. Supposedly based on a real case that took place in NYC, this is often cited as the earliest surviving gangster movie. T... Read full article
Classic Movie Blog Association Gene Kelly Centennial Blogathon: Black Hand (1950)By Caftan Woman on Aug 21, 2012 From Caftan Woman
The promotional material for MGMs 1950 release Black Hand trumpeted Gene Kelly as “Sensational in his first great dramatic role”. The studio’s publicity department must have forgotten Gene as the determined POW in 1943s The Cross of Lorraine. Perhaps they overlooked his outstandi... Read full article
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