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NOIR CITY 15: KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL / VIOLENT SATURDAY
Castro Theatre
San Francisco, CA
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NOIR CITY 15: KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL / VIOLENT SATURDAY
Saturday, January 21, matinee

The price of admission gets you into the double bill.

1:30
KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL

(USA, 1952. United Artists (Park Circus). 99 min.)

Screenplay by George Bruce and Harry Essex, story by Harold Greene and Rowland Brown
Produced by Edward Small. Directed by Phil Karlson

Pity poor ex-con Joe Rolfe (John Payne). Trying to walk the straight and narrow, he winds up playing the patsy in a devilishly conceived million-dollar bank robbery. Desperate, he trails the thieves south of the border. There, he tangles with tough guys Neville Brand and Lee Van Cleef, who are as deep in the dark as he is, and falls for good girl Coleen Gray -- under the suspicious eye of her cop father (Preston Foster). The first pairing of noir dream team Payne and director Phil Karlson (99 River Street) remains one of the great capers of the 1950s. Presented in 35mm


3:30
VIOLENT SATURDAY

(USA, 1955. 20th Century-Fox. 90 min.)

Screenplay by Sydney Boehm, from the novel by W. L. Heath
Produced by Buddy Adler. Directed by Richard Fleischer

A trio of bandits (Lee Marvin, Stephen McNally, J. Carrol Naish) holes up in an Arizona mining burg, scheming to knock over the bank as the town's oblivious residents go about lives filled with bad habits, bad reputations, and bad romances. Every plotline converges in this one-of-a-kind fusion of pulp fiction and Douglas Sirk-style melodrama, effortlessly balanced by director Fleischer and shot in gorgeously lush Cinemascope. Don't miss your chance to see this small-town powder keg explode on the big screen. Presented digitally

Location

Castro Theatre (View)
429 Castro St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
United States

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Film > Festivals
Film > Movies

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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