For my analysis project, I have decided to look at the season 5 finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The final four episodes of the season took plot points as well as aspects from 4 different Hitchcock films including Sabatoge, The Man Who Knew Too Much, To Catch a Theif, and The Wrong Man. I noticed that each of these episodes had elements of noir that we had gone over in class including corruption, the urban cityscape, a number of crimes/murders commited, the femme fatale, the hero (who is actually a heroine in this particular arc) as a detective/culprit who is wrongfully accused of the crime, morality as a grey area (not just black and white), and plenty of camera angles/lighting effects that could be considered noir. Of course since this is Star Wars, these particular episodes give off a Neo-Noir style similar to Blade Runner in a sense.
Here are a couple of images as well as the trailer to the finale:
The Clone Wars