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10 RILLINGTON PLACE and THE BOSTON STRANGLER

10 RILLINGTON PLACE
12:455:159:40
THE BOSTON STRANGLER
3:007:25

Friday, July 24

2 films for 1 admission - tickets available at box office only

10 RILLINGTON PLACE

(1971, Richard Fleischer) “What happened to the women at 10 Rillington Place?” queried the ads. Two guesses. In 1948, Welsh blue collar worker John Hurt and wife Judy Geeson, lodgers upstairs from mild- mannered John Reginald Christie (Richard Attenborough) and wife, already have trouble making ends meet when Geeson discovers she’s in the family way — but ever- helpful Christie offers a homemade do-it-yourself abortion. And then... Ultra low-key — but all the more menacing — account of the notorious serial murder case, filmed in the actual locations. Approx. 111 min. DCP.
12:45, 5:15, 9:40

THE BOSTON STRANGLER

(1968, Richard Fleischer) So why did 13 women open their doors? As the rape/murders and split-screen effects proliferate, George Kennedy’s cops pull in every psycho in Boston, but Henry Fonda’s John Bottomly must relentlessly worm a confession out of Tony Curtis — electrifyingly cast against type as chief suspect Albert DeSalvo. Approx. 116 min. DCP.
3:00, 7:25