Current & Upcoming Films
SECRETS OF MONTE CARLO / THE GLASS ALIBI
I STILL WAKE UP DREAMING! Impossibly RARE B-Noirs from the notorious shadow factories of Hollywood’s Poverty Row curated by Elliot Lavine.
Double Feature. 2 films. One low price!
TUES MAY 25:
SECRETS OF MONTE CARLO
Low-rent but effective international intrigue noir finds an American businessman in Hong Kong being suckered into an elaborate jewel smuggling scheme by a seductive femme fatale. Lots of action and plot twists are crammed into this highly entertaining sixty minute Poverty Row gem! Starring Warren Douglas, June Vincent (“Black Angel”), Lois Hall, and Stephan Bekassy. Directed by George Blair. In B&W. 16mm. 60 mins. 1951. TUES at 8:00.
THE GLASS ALIBI
A truly twisted no-budget noir about a devious reporter who marries a dying woman in order to snag a hefty inheritance. With the help of his amoral girlfriend, they ruthlessly plot her murder. And, in true Poverty Row fashion, things go horribly, horribly wrong! Starring Paul Kelly, Douglas Fowley, Anne Gwynne, and Maris Wrixon. Directed by W. Lee Wilder (Billy’s older and generally reviled older brother and the director of last year’s festival fave “The Pretender”). In B&W. 16mm. 68 mins. 1946. TUES at 6:45 & 9:15
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