ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
Saturday, October 18
(1944) Cary Grant goes way over the top when he finds out his sweet aunts Martha and Abby have been poisoning lonely old men with their spiked elderberry wine – and dumping the bodies in their Brooklyn basement. Based on a hit Broadway comedy, with Raymond Massey made up to look like the original stage menace, Boris Karloff. Approx. 118 min. 35mm.
“GOOD MACABRE FUN! Capra has put into the picture all of the riotous face, gentle naievete and broad melodrama that Lindsay and Crouse put originally into the Joseph Kesselring stage play.”
– The New York Times