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Subjects (1-19 of 19)
Crime films
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-- See Film noir
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-- See Mystery films
Consult LCSH for particular kinds of detective and mystery films: e.g., Sherlock Holmes films.
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-- See Prison films
Here are entered individual films which depict prison life.
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-- See Also Caper films
This heading is used as a topical heading for works about films that feature the execution of a particularly difficult undertaking, often questionable or illegal, the success of which depends on skill and careful planning. When used as a topical heading it is subdivided by the appropriate geographic, topical, and/or form subdivisions.
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-- See Also Caper films
This heading is used as a genre/form heading for films that feature the execution of a particularly difficult undertaking, often questionable or illegal, the success of which depends on skill and careful planning.
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-- See Also Film noir
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-- See Also Film noir
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-- See Also Gangster films
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-- See Also Gangster films
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-- See Also Juvenile delinquency films
When subdivided by the appropriate geographic, topical and/or form subdivisions, this heading is used for works about juvenile delinquency films.
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-- See Also Police films
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-- See Also Police films
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-- See Also Prison films
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-- See Also Thrillers (Motion pictures)
This heading is used as a topical heading for works about films that feature a build up of suspense, tension, uncertainty, menace, and anxiety as primary elements and in which the audience is kept on tenterhooks. When used as a topical heading it is subdivided by the appropriate geographic, topical, and/or form subdivisions.Works on the use of suspense in motion pictures, television programs, and video recordings are entered under Suspense in motion pictures, television, etc.
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-- See Also Thrillers (Motion pictures)
This heading is used as a genre/form heading for films that feature a build up of suspense, tension, uncertainty, menace, and anxiety as primary elements and in which the audience is kept on tenterhooks.
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