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  • A man grimaces while pointing a gun.
    ODDS AGAINST TOMORROW
  • Actors Ed Begley, Harry Belafonte, and Robert Ryan argue.
    ODDS AGAINST TOMORROW
  • Actor Paulette Goddard stands next to actor Gary Cooper, who wields two guns.
    UNCONQUERED
  • Actor Gary Cooper and two other men stand in colonial military garb.
    UNCONQUERED
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ODDS AGAINST TOMORROW & UNCONQUERED

Tuesday, August 20

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

ODDS AGAINST TOMORROW

12:30   5:10   9:55  Buy Tickets

(1959, Robert Wise) Ex-cop Ed Begley masterminds a bank heist gone fatally wrong when racial tensions flare up between strapped-for-cash Jazzman Harry Belafonte and disaffected vet Robert Ryan. With Shelley Winters as Ryan’s ever-nagging wife and Noir icon Gloria Grahame. 35mm. Approx. 96 min.

“[Wise’s] noir masterpiece, a somber heist movie. This was the favorite film of Jean-Pierre Melville, who saw it 120 times before directing his noir masterwork Le deuxième souffle.”
– Philip French, The Guardian

“On one level, Odds Against Tomorrow is a taut crime melodrama. On another, it is an allegory about racism, greed and man's propensity for self-destruction.”
Variety

UNCONQUERED

2:25   7:05  Buy Tickets

(1947, Cecil B. DeMille) 1763, and Paulette Goddard is condemned to indentured servitude in the colonies with Gary Cooper winning the bidding war for her – all amidst Pontiac’s Rebellion, with Boris Karloff as the chief who offers honeyed words before… Shot in Technicolor. 35mm. Approx. 146 min.

“A $4 million Technicolor spectacle.”
Variety