Tune in for a classic movie that the whole family can enjoy.
The Stranger – 1946 – (1:34:41)
– Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young, and Orson Welles. Psychological thriller about escaped Nazi Franz Kindler (Orson Welles), who has assumed the identity of Charles Rankin, a professor of German Studies at a small college in the Connecticut village of Harper. To cement his new identity, he is to wed Mary Longstreet (Loretta Young), the daughter of Supreme Court Justice Longstreet. But his past is about to catch up with him as his imprisoned Nazi comrade, Konrad Meinike, has been released so he can lead Allied War Crimes Commissioner Wilson (Edward G. Robinson) to where Kindler is hiding. Academy Award Nomination 1946: Victor Trivas for Best Original Screenplay. An International Picture. Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young, Orson Welles, Philip Merivale, Richard Long, Konstantin Shayne, Martha Wentworth, Billy House, Byron Keith, Pietro Sosso. Producer ... Sam Spiegel, Director ... Orson Welles, Screenwriter ... Anthony Veiller, From an original story by Victor Trivas. Cinematographer ... Russell Metty, A.S.C., Composer ... Bronislaw Kaper.
Coming up August 5
The Outlaw – 1943 – (1:42:39)
– Walter Huston, Jane Russell. Western legends Pat Garrett, Doc Holliday and Billy the Kid are played against each other over the law and the attentions of vivacious country vixen Rio McDonald.
Starring Walter Huston as Doc Holliday, Jack Buetel as Billy the Kid, Thomas Mitchell as Pat Garrett, Jane Russell as Rio, Mimi Aguglia as Aunt Guadelupe, Joe Sawyer as Charley, Gene Rizzi as Stranger, Nena Quartero as Chita, Julian Rivero as Pablo. Produced and directed by Howard Hawks; Screenplay by Jules Furthman; Cinematography by Gregg Toland; Music by Victor Young.