Another is O. Henry's Full House a 1952 American anthology film consisting of five separate stories by O. Henry, "The Last Leaf " sequence of that film is a bit noir-ish also, the last segment is "The Gift of the Magi."
So here is the list of Classic Noir which take place around Christmas and the Holidays.
- Christmas Holiday (1944)
Due to bad weather, Lt. Charles Mason (Dean Harens) is forced to spend Christmas grounded in New Orleans. Manson has just received a "dear John" letter from his girlfriend, the depressed Lieutenant goes with a just met acquaintance to a Storyville Brothel there he meets and falls in with Jackie Lamont (Deana Durbin), a singer who entertains the clientele. After she asks Charles to got to a midnight mass, she tells her story to him. Her real name is Abigail and she fell in love with a gambler named Robert Manette (Gene Kelly). After six months of happy married life, Robert is arrested for murder, but Abigail can't help loving her no-good husband.
- Lady In The Lake (1947)
Adrienne Fromsett, Lloyd Nolan as Lt. DeGarmot, Tom Tully as
Capt. Kane, Leon Ames as Derace Kingsby, Jayne Meadows as
Mildred Havelend, and Dick Simmons as Chris Lavery. The film has a Christmas theme vocal chorus that warps ominous for what little soundtrack there is. Once you get the hang of the POV its very entertaining.
- Repeat Performance (1947)
- Cover Up (1949)
- Backfire (1950)
- Roadblock (1951)
- I, the Jury (1953)
- Two Men In Manhattan (1959)
- Blast of Silence (1961)