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United States | 1945 | Edgar G. Ulmer
An out-of-work nightclub pianist (Tom Neal) traveling cross-country with a false identity and guilty knowledge of a newly dead man finds his troubles compounded when he picks up a ruthless femme fatale (Ann Savage). Edgar G. Ulmer’s Poverty Row masterpiece, “the essence of low-budget filmmaking and a landmark of film noir” (NY Times), has been newly restored after decades of being shown and seen in substandard public domain prints. Cleveland revival premiere. DCP. 68 min.
Special event pricing $11; members, CIA & CSU I.D. holders, and those age 25 & under $8. No passes, twofers, or radio winners. See next blurb for another Edgar G. Ulmer B-movie classic.
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