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  • Actor Burt Lancaster reclines on a couch, wearing a tie and white button-down shirt.
    I WALK ALONE
  • Actor Burt Lancaster sits on the ground near garbage cans, clutching his stomach as though injured; another man holds Lancaster's arm and leg.
    I WALK ALONE
  • Actors Burt Lancaster and Lizabeth Scott embrace.
    I WALK ALONE
  • Actor Lizabeth Scott looks down from a staircase.
    DESERT FURY
  • Actor Burt Lancaster gazes off, with his hand on his knee; Lizabeth Scott gazes at him.
    DESERT FURY
  • Actors Lizabeth Scott lies on a bed, and Mary Astor sits on the bed beside her.
    DESERT FURY

I WALK ALONE & DESERT FURY

Wednesday, August 7

DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

I WALK ALONE

12:30   4:20   8:10  

(1945, Byron Haskin) Back from a 14-year stretch, Burt Lancaster finds old partner Kirk Douglas now gone “semi-legit,” but Burt prefers the old ways. First pairing of the tough guy screen team. James Agee kvetched, “deserves to walk alone, tinkle a little bell, and cry ‘unclean, unclean.’” With Lizabeth Scott. DCP. Approx. 97 min.

DESERT FURY

2:25   6:15   10:05   

(1947, Lewis Allen) Ménage à cinq: Lizabeth Scott, possible murderer John Hodiak, casino owner Mary Astor, Lawman Burt, and Hodiak’s “friend” Wendell Corey – in “the gayest movie ever produced in Hollywood’s golden era” (Eddie Muller). 35mm. Approx. 96 min.