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Friday & Saturday, January 9 & 10

(1946, Orson Welles) I Married a Nazi War Criminal, as War Crimes Commissioner Edward G. Robinson tracks the supposed mastermind of the Final Solution to a quiet Connecticut village, the home of boys’ school prof Welles and all-American bride Loretta Young, as well as of a looming 124-foot clock tower, scene of a hair-raising climax. Welles’ only “very profitable” picture. Approx. 95 min. 35mm.



“A hugely enjoyable thriller… It is studded with great scenes and terrific camerawork throughout.” 
– Tom Milne, Time Out (London)

“A cunning conspiracy to scare the daylights out of you. Adroitly directed, it is a grade A gooseflesh-raiser.” 
– TIME magazine

"The Stranger is socko melodrama, spinning an intriguing web of thrills and chills.” 
– Variety