I think Eddie would be smart to do a little mini-series within a larger-scale noir festival where he pays homage to Vincent Price in his "noir phase." It's sufficiently varied that it would cover any of the knee-jerk approaches Eddie has baked into his brain, and it would be a good crossover hook demographically (given his ever-present concern with such matters).
LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN*
THE LONG NIGHT
HIS KIND OF WOMAN*
THE LAS VEGAS STORY
WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS*
You'd have to pick and choose not to overdo it, of course, but the seven asterisked films are clearly "in the pocket" and some of the others would make for interesting contrasts.
For real fun, Eddie could add Price's great hammy turn in "The Perfect Crime," a great ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS episode from 1957...and perhaps follow up with TV noir (an area he's hinted at tapping into on more than one occasion...) by also running STUDIO 57's "Secret Darkness," another great scenery-chew by Price in which he faces off with none other than Ed Reimers, the actor turned TV spokesman (for Allstate Insurance...).
Of these juxtapositions, the irony of American culture can finally be seen in sharpest relief... :-)