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NOIR CITY 19: They Tried to Warn Us! THE ACCUSED
Grand Lake Theatre
Oakland, CA
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Jan 22, 2022 1:00 PM

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General $12.50 ($14.12: w/service fee) N/A
Due to the surge in Omicron infections, the NOIR CITY 19 film festival scheduled for January 20-23 at the Grand Lake Theatre has been postponed. New dates will be announced when the threat of exposure is sufficiently diminished. All passports and tickets already purchased online will be honored at the rescheduled festival, whose dates we hope to announce within the next few months. If you cannot attend the new dates, your purchase will be refunded. We regret any inconvenience, but we want to ensure the best possible experience for our loyal fans. We are eager to once again see the movies we love, and the faces of our friends, in a grand movie palace!


NOIR CITY 19: They Tried to Warn Us! THE ACCUSED

1949, Paramount [Library of Congress]. 101 minutes
Screenplay by Ketti Frings, from the novel Be Still, My Love by June Truesdell
Produced by Hal Wallis
Directed by William Dieterle

Demure college professor Wilma Tuttle (Loretta Young) finds herself in jeopardy after killing an overly amorous student in self-defense. As the noose tightens around her, both the victim's guardian (Robert Cummings) and a dogged homicide detective (Wendell Corey) pursue her. Apparently, being a suspected killer makes Wilma irresistible to men. June Truesdell's 1947 novel Be Still, My Love, adapted by Ketti Frings, puts a decidedly feminine slant on a classic noir premise. It's also the rare noir where both the source novel and the screenplay are the work of women. Frings had a resume similar to many male colleagues in Hollywood; she'd worked as a newspaper correspondent, ad writer, and PR agent before scoring with her first novel, Hold Back the Dawn, adapted to film in 1941 by Billy Wilder. The Accused is a prescient psychological thriller that presaged "MeToo" by many decades.

Cast: Loretta Young (Wilma Tuttle), Robert Cummings (Warren Ford), Wendell Corey (Lt. Ted Dorgan), Sam Jaffe (Dr. Romley), Douglas Dick (Bill Perry), Suzanne Dalbert (Susan Duval), George Spaulding (Dean Rhodes), Sara Allgood (Mrs. Conner), Mickey Knox (Jack Hunter), Francis Pierlot (Dr. Vinson), Ann Doran (Miss Rice), Carol Mathews (waitress)

Proof of vaccination required  |  Mask protocol enforced
All FNF proceeds from festival ticket sales aid the foundation's mission of rescuing and restoring noir films.


Grand Lake Theatre (View)
3200 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610
United States


Film > Festivals
Film > Movies

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


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