TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY / A WOMAN’S SECRET
May 20 only
TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY
After spending years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, a brooding ex-con attempts to adjust to life on the outside. His search for redemption takes a detour when he hooks up with a cynical dime-a-dance girl. A complex and compassionate noir that packs an unexpected emotional punch. Starring Ruth Roman, Steve Cochran, Lurene Tuttle, Ray Teal. Photographed by Robert Burks. Screenplay by Guy Endore. Directed by Felix Feist. In B&W. 90 mins. 1951.
At 8:00pm only!
A WOMAN’S SECRET
When a glamorous singer becomes afflicted with a rare throat disease she handpicks her successor, a young songbird with troubling emotional problems. Complications arise when deadly gunfire erupts. Like a slightly more daft and morbid version of All About Eve, but with just a twist of noir. Starring Maureen O’Hara, Melvyn Douglas, Gloria Grahame, Jay C. Flippen, Victor Jory. Photographed by George Diskant. Screenplay by Herman Mankiewicz. Directed by Nicholas Ray. In B&W. 84 mins. 1949.
At 6:15pm and 9:45pm
Tickets are good for one or both movies.
I WAKE UP DREAMING — Ten sensational days and nights of pre-code crime, proto-noir, and film noir featuring thirty classics and curios spanning the years 1932 to 1965. These incredible films have been pulled from the vaults of the Warner Archive and programmed exclusively for the Roxie Theater by Elliot Lavine.
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