NOIR CITY Remembering Gail Russell -- MOONRISE / NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES
1:40, 5:10, 8:50
(d. Frank Borzage, Republic, 1948, 90 min.) ARCHIVAL PRINT! NOT ON DVD!
Relentlessly romantic optimist Frank Borzage is the last director you'd expect to turn out an effective film noir, but this brilliantly directed drama was his sound-era masterpiece. Dane Clark gives a bruised and brooding performance as a young man convinced that his father's "bad blood" has sealed his miserable fate. Can he be saved by the love of "good girl" Gail Russell? Print courtesy the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES
(d. John Farrow, Paramount, 1948, 81 min.) NEW 35 MM PRINT! NOT ON DVD!
A lost noir returns to the big screen! Edward G. Robinson stars as a man cursed with the ability to predict the future. John Farrow, a director at his most stylish in noir terrain, adapts from the novel by master of suspense Cornell Woolrich. Costarring Gail Russell and John Lund. Universal Pictures struck this new print exclusively for NOIR CITY!
Double feature admission: $12
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San Francisco, CA 94114
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