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Night Editor

USA 1946. Dir: Henry Levin. 68 min. 35mm


OPENING NIGHT
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3
COURTYARD WINGDING!

6:00 pm - Vinyl Jazz by DJs Cam Dales & Scott W
7:00 pm - Double Indemnity
9:05 pm - Night Editor

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35mm PRINT! | People are plain rotten — “Pure, no good, first-rate, high-grade, A-number-one rotten” — in this terrific B-movie noir soaked with sadism, seediness, and doom. The tawdry tale has philandering cop Tony Cochrane (William Gargan) and married society dame Jill Merrill (Janis Carter) in the midst of an illicit rendezvous when they witness a brutal murder. Afraid of exposing their affair, they don’t report the crime, but the violence seems to sexually arouse Jill, as does the opportunity to blackmail the killer. Based on an eponymous radio program, the film was made as a pilot for a movie series, but remained a one-off. Prolific noir cameraman Burnett Guffey’s many credits include The Reckless Moment and In a Lonely Place. “One of the raunchiest and best B-movies of the 1940s!” (Noir City).


OPENING NIGHT CASH BAR FEATURING

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August 7


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