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GUN CRAZY

Thursday, Dec. 2 at 9:30

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35mm Screenings

(1949, Joseph H. Lewis) A bank robbery shot from inside the getaway car in a single take highlights Lewis’ startling Bonnie and Clyde-type sleeper, as vicious carny girl Peggy Cummins leads good-hearted gun buff John Dall into a life of crime. 35mm. Approx. 87 min.

Reviews

“Among [the film’s] triumph: a pair of object-hungry young marrieds fondling pressure cookers in a department store and shivering orgiastically while a hold-up goes on.”
The New York Times

“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)

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