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Slideshow

  • THE THIN MAN GOES HOME
  • MURDER IN GREENWICH VILLAGE
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THE THIN MAN GOES HOME & MURDER IN GREENWICH VILLAGE

Tuesday, April 2

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

THE THIN MAN GOES HOME

12:30   4:00   7:30   

(1945, Richard Thorpe) Back home to visit his elderly folks, William Powell’s Nick Charles, with wife Myrna Loy’s Nora and dog Asta, links up a slain local boy’s amateur paintings with an espionage ring. Co-scripted by Riskin. 35mm. Approx. 100 min.

MURDER IN GREENWICH VILLAGE

2:30   6:00   9:30   

(1937, Albert S. Rogell) Photographer Richard Arlen spectates as heiress Fay Wray makes a fire escape getaway in men’s pajamas – but it’s not what you think – and then a corpse turns up. New 35mm print. Approx. 68 min.

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