Past Programming

  • Cloak and Dagger (1946)

    While not among either Fritz Lang’s or Gary Cooper’s best films, this is still a slick spy film that tracks the post WWII Allies as...

  • Captain Carey, U.S.A. (1950)

    This tight war drama features ex-military officer Ladd returning to Italy to uncover an informer who cost lives of villagers. Filmed under the title O.S.S....

  • The Rack (1956)

    Decorated Korean War hero inexplicably collaborates with the enemy while interred in prison camp and faces court-martial. Young Newman is convincing as a brain-washed POW...

  • Hooray for Love (1935)

    An entertaining little musical and aspiring show-biz impresario Raymond pitching woo with singer Sothern. Pert Kelton sneaks in a few laughs as an inept soprano....

  • Lady Be Good (1941)

    A lively musical about married songwriters Sothern and Young, with an extra dose of Powell, Lionel Barrymore, and Red Skelton for good measure. Not one...

  • The Unfaithful (1947)

    This quasi-noir remake of The Letter features Sheridan as a woman who gets herself caught up in a murder plot when her husband is out...

  • Please Murder Me (1956)

    The energetic performances of Lansbury and Burr elevate this otherwise predictable tale of a lawyer wracked with guilt after getting a guilty murderess an acquittal....

  • Guilty Hands (1931)

    Can a man commit murder and get away with it? A top notch whodunit with inventive camara work, a great script, and a twisty plot,...

  • In This Our Life (1942)

    Neat little drama of the neurotic family variety, with a histrionic husband-stealing Davis ruining sister de Havilland’s life - and her own. Don’t blink and...

  • All Through the Night (1941)

    An improbable crime-comedy hybrid about a group of bumbling, Runyonesque hoodlums who turn patriotic after stumbling on a Nazi spy ring, featuring Bogart in a...

  • The Big Steal (1949)

    A sharp thriller concerning Mitchum, framed for a payroll heist, in one long chase through Mexico. The pace never lets up in this highly enjoyable...

  • Carlton-Browne of the F.O. (1959)

    This comedy plays up lighter side of post WWII British Imperialism when Cadogan de Vere Carlton-Browne is send to re-establish friendly relations with a small...

  • Appointment with Venus (1951)

    War and comedy unexpectedly collide in this drama when a group of WWII soldiers realize they can’t stop a Nazi invasion of the Channel Islands,...

  • Campbell’s Kingdom (1957)

    Beautiful scenery meets Canadian Rockies adventure as landowner Bogarde struggles against the locals pushing to build a hydro-electric dam on his inherited property. Can he...

  • The Desperadoes (1943)

    Top-notch cast I this colourful tale of reformed bandit Ford helping marshal Scott clean up a typically rowdy town. Columbia Pictures’ first Technicolor feature film.