Wednesday, August 4
(1941, Raoul Walsh) Humphrey Bogart’s “Mad Dog” Earle 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, with his tough guy hood inexorably rushing toward doom, amid spectacular Sierra Nevada locations. Screenplay by John Huston. 35mm. Approx. 100 min.