- SHADOW OF A DOUBT 1:15 5:15
- SABOTEUR 3:15
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1943, Alfred Hitchcock) As wealthy widows keep disappearing, Joseph Cotten’s lovable Uncle Charlie visits niece Teresa Wright in her very average middle-American town, but when someone mentions “The Merry Widow Murderer”... Hitchcock’s own personal favorite. Approx. 108 min. 35mm.
SUN 3:15, 7:15
MON 1:15, 5:15
“May or may not be Hitchcock’s great film, but it’s his most intimate and heart-wrenching.”
– David Denby, The New Yorker
“Hitchcock's first indisputable masterpiece… Hitchcock's discovery of darkness within the heart of small-town America remains one of his most harrowing films, a peek behind the facade of security that reveals loneliness, despair, and death.”
– Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader
(1942, Alfred Hitchcock) Robert Cummings uncovers a spy ring while on a cross-country lam from a phony sabotage rap. Echt Hitchcock touch: saboteur Norman Lloyd’s smirking glance out of a cab window. With spectacular Statue of Liberty climax. Approx. 108 min. 35mm.
SUN 5:15, 9:15
“The Hitchcock film par excellence.”
– David Shipman
“Its succession of incredible climaxes, its mounting tautness and suspense, its mood of terror and impending doom could have been achieved by no one else.”