- THE IRON CURTAIN
1:10 4:25 7:40
- THE PRESIDENT VANISHES
2:50 6:05 9:20
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(1948) Soviet embassy code clerk Dana Andrews decides to defect, but will any of those Canadian bureaucrats actually want his top secret documents? First of the major post-war Red scare films, but based firmly on the actual Igor Gouzenko case. With Gene Tierney.
1:10, 4:25, 7:40
(1934) President Arthur Byron is feared kidnapped, as a cabal of industrialists, along with fascist wannabes led by Edward Ellis (The Thin Man), are about to railroad the country into war — but Secret Service man Paul Kelly is on the case. From an anonymous novel by mystery legend Rex Stout.
2:50, 6:05, 9:20
THE IRON CURTAIN
“The cinematography is fantastic — Wellman treats it as noir all the way, with the Russians as gangsters and the Canadian settings give it a wintry splendor.”
– David Cairns
THE PRESIDENT VANISHES
“An outstanding thriller… Along with The Conquerors, Heroes for Sale, and Wild Boys of the Road, represents a significant commentary on the uncertain Depression years in America, an extraordinary group of films in their day.”
– John Andrew Gallagher & Frank Thompson