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WHITE HEAT & HIGH SIERRA

Saturday, September 23

WHITE HEAT
12:30   4:45   9:10
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HIGH SIERRA
2:45   7:10
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DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

WHITE HEAT

Directed by Raoul Walsh

4:45 screening introduced by David Thompson, author of Warner Bros: The Making of an American Studio

(1949) “Top of the world, Ma!”  James Cagney’s Cody Jarrett, a killer so vicious he obliges a car-trunk-stashed prisoner’s plea for better ventilation with bullet holes, ensconces himself on his Mom’s lap while planning his latest caper. The Oedipal angle was Cagney’s own idea. 35mm. Approx. 114 min.
12:30, 4:45, 9:10

HIGH SIERRA

Directed by Raoul Walsh

(1941) Humphrey Bogart’s Mad Dog Earle, out from the pen, plots from his mountain cabin his last big score, all for the love of crippled innocent Joan Leslie, despite ever-faithful moll Ida Lupino. Bogie’s star-making role –after turndowns from Muni, Raft, Cagney, and Robinson – with his tough guy hood inexorably rushing toward doom, amid spectacular locations in the Rockies. Screenplay by John Huston. 35mm. Approx. 100 min.
2:45, 7:10

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WHITE HEAT

Saturday, September 23 & Monday, September 25

WARNER BROS: TOUGH GUYS, TOUGH DAMES… TOUGH PICTURES screenings introduced by David Thomson, author of WARNER BROS.: THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN MOVIE STUDIO

Friday, September 22, 7:40

Saturday, September 23, 4:45

Sunday, September 24, 12:30

Sunday, September 24, 4:35