Victimas Del Pacado (1951) on dvd
Salon Mexico (1948) on dvd
Aventurera (1950) on dvd
La Otra (1946)
La diosa arrodillada (1947)
A Different Dawn (1943)(Distinto amanecer)
En la palma de tu mano (1951)
This is the group that has been recycled over the past 6-7 years from Morelia. We showed Salon Mexico in 2015 at RARE NOIR 1; Eddie glommed onto it for NC 18.
Cuatro contra el mundo (1949)
Botched robbery noir, with Leticia Palma from En la palma de tu mano as the moll. Restored and screened at Morelia, but it has never surfaced in any festival outside Mexico.
Camino del Infierno (1951)
Palma and Pedro Armendariz--we are the only folks to show it, at RARE NOIR 2 in 2017.
La noche avanza (1952)
Armendariz as a*hole jai alai player; it has sometimes been included in the Morelia group. Also part of a series of Roberto Gavaldon films screened at UCLA a number of years ago.
Niñon Sevilla, represented above in Aventurera and Victimas del Pecado, plus others. There are many more caberetara films for her and other actresses, have a longer list somewhere.
La cobarde (1953)
Julio Bracho, director of Distinto amanacer (Another Dawn) & Crepusculo (Twilight). Several more noirish titles for him.
El ojo de cristal (1956)
La huella des unos labios (1951)
Woolrich adaptations, to go along with El pendiente.
El hombre y el monstruo (1959)
Un extraño de la escalera (1955)
El (1953) Bunuel
Many more Arturo de Cordova, already known for En la palma de tu mano, Crepusculo and La diosa arrodillada; some elsewhere than in Mexico (including several in Argentina).
Los peces rojos (1955)
This is also de Cordova, but it is a Spanish noir.
Cannot think of the title of that last film you describe...