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Robert Mitchum Film Noir Double At New Beverly Cinema This Friday & Saturday

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, June 13, 2013 07:05pm | Post a Comment

This Friday and Saturday, The New Beverly presents two of Robert Mitchum's finest noirs, Out Of The Past and Crossfire!  These films are must sees for any aspiring Noir buff and both feature stellar casts. 

Out Of The Pas
t is the lovely Jane Greer's finest film moment, playing one of the genre's touchstone femme fatales Kathie Moffatt. Kirk Douglas, Rhonda Fleming, Virginia Huston and kiddie star Dickie Moore round out the cast.

Father who knew best, Robert Young, leads the ensemble for Crossfire.  The film also includes Gloria Grahame and Robert Ryan, giving his full throttle, maniacal best.








NEW BEVERLY CINEMA 
7165 West Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 
(One Block West Of La Brea)

Friday

Out Of The Past 7:30
Crossfire 9:30

Saturday

Out Of The Past 3:30 & 7:30
Crossfire 5:30 & 9:30

$8 Admission
Box Office Opens 15 Minutes Before Showtime

13th Annual Los Angeles Film Noir Festival Week 2

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, April 9, 2011 04:00pm | Post a Comment

We're now deep in week 2 of the 13th annual Film Noir Festival and have some great pairings to look forward to!

Tonight features a couple of classic tough guy performances from Charles McGraw and James Cagney in Loophole and Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye.  Sunday brings a great "women's night" with scarce films featuring Gloria Grahame, Maureen O'Hara, Susan HaywardJane Greer-- how much more beauty could you squeeze into a double feature?!? They Won't Believe Me is a top notch dramatic thriller produced by the trailblazing Joan Harrison, Hitchcock protege & one of only 3 female contract producers working in Hollywood during the classic noir years.  A Woman's Secret is one of Nicholas Ray's most rarely screened films, making this night a must see! Female on the BeachHazard continue the focus on the ladies. Joan Crawford and Paulette Goddard lead with memorable performances by Jeff Chandler, Jan Sterling, Charles McGraw & Percy Hilton.  These films screen on Wednesday.
 

Thursday provides us with a Robert Ryan double feature.  Amongst the most complex players in noir, Ryan's special brand of darkness could liven up even the most hollow of films. The Max Ophuls helmed Caught features Barbara Bel Geddes of VertigoDallas fame while Beware, My Lovely pairs Ryan with Ida Lupino in a taught psycho-sexual thriller. Friday rounds things out with a personal visit from actress Jeanne Cooper and a William Castle double, The Houston Story & New Orleans Uncensored.  If I'm not mistaken, not a damn one of these films is available on DVD!!!