THE JOY (and the sorrow) of FRANK LOVEJOY
(who left us far too soon...)
IN A LONELY PLACE/JULIE
THE HITCH-HIKER/THE AMERICANO
Meet McGraw episodes (2)/Target: The Corruptors "The Fix"/THE SYSTEM
I WAS A COMMUNIST FOR THE FBI/FINGER MAN
Stage 7 "The Deceiving Eye"/MAD AT THE WORLD/THE CROOKED WEB
SHACK OUT ON 101/TRY AND GET ME
You have to show TRY AND GET ME last, because no one is going to want to come back to the theatre the next night after they see the conclusion. Pairing it with SHACK would be a good bit gutsier (and crazier) than any of the other "hot shot" noir programmers...
THE AMERICANO also makes for a wild change of pace after THE HITCH-HIKER, where Lovejoy is really solid in a role that could easily have been handed to William Talman...! It has the added benefit (?) of William Castle in the director's chair. You can read about it here, it's available in blu-ray (!!):
I don't think we're going to turn up the Lux episodes, unfortunately (they would be fascinating). In the Steve McNally TARGET: THE CORRUPTORS episode, Lovejoy plays a very crooked Superior Court judge.