You could call it GENERIC NOIR, with the subtitle "Don't Let These Titles Scare You Away!"
I'm sure you can come up with 12-20 titles that fit this idea but that are good enough to put in front of the public...providing that solid crime drama entertainment can be disguised in bland packaging.
A number of George Blair titles could fit here...
The good news is that you can arguably program something like ARMORED CAR ROBBERY, which sounds awfully "generic" in terms of its title.
Also possible to do this as a weekend "marathon" with a deep-into-the night schedule.
William Eythe never got past being a poor man's Tyrone Power, but he's pretty good in this one. It was also his last feature film...
Seymour Friedman was a company man from the get-go. Despite a rather gaudy education (Cambridge), he toiled in the lower-to-middling reaches of the Columbia enterprise for over thirty years, working his way up from editing to assistant directing (he was A.D. on John Cromwell's DEAD RECKONING) and into the Columbia B-stable in 1948. In the mid-50s he'd move over into television, where he was a production executive for CPC and later Screen Gems. He's no auteur, but he made some competent, entertaining B's (albeit with very low "termite" quotient).