GUN CRAZY and DETOUR
2:00 5:30 9:15
12:30 3:50 7:30
Sunday, July 27
(1949, Joseph H. Lewis) A bank robbery shot from inside the getaway car in a single take, as vicious carny girl Peggy Cummins leads good-hearted gun buff John Dall into a life of crime. Approx 86 min. DCP.
2:00, 5:30, 9:15
“Magnificently enjoyable... While 1940s cinema was packed with devious dames, few can match Cummins’ hellcat sharpshooter for sheer manipulative allure.”
– Tom Huddleston, Time Out (London)
(1945, Edgar G. Ulmer) “Whichever way you turn, Fate sticks out a foot to trip you.” New York to L.A. hitchhiker Tom Neal’s pickup of the aptly-named Ann Savage leads to blackmail and death. “One of the defining films of the seductive genre called Film Noir.” – Vincent Canby, New York Times. Approx. 69 min. Rare 35mm print.
12:30, 3:50, 7:30
Gun Crazy Artwork by Keiko Kimura