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The Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival...05/08-05/11/2014

The Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival-2014 Schedule...

Thursday, May 8, 2014 through Sunday, May 11, 2014

ARTHUR LYONS FILM NOIR...

Thursday - 7:30 PM THE WINDOW - Guest Star, Barbara Hale

Friday - 10:00 am ROADBLOCK

Friday - 1:00 pm TOO LATE FOR TEARS

Friday - 4:00 pm SUNSET BOULEVARD – Guest Star, Nancy Olson

Friday - 7:30 pm SORRY WRONG NUMBER – Guest, Victoria Wilson Saturday - 10:00 am SOUTHSIDE 1-1000

Saturday - 1:00 pm STORM WARNING

Saturday - 4:00 pm. THE KILLERS – Guests, Kate Buford and Susan Lancaster

Saturday - 7:30 pm: SHACK OUT ON 101 - Guest star, Terry Moore Sunday - 10:00 am DEADLINE USA

Sunday - 1:00 pm: LAURA- Guest, Susan Andrews Sunday - 4:00 pm OUT OF THE PAST

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Comment by Darkness To Light... on May 16, 2014 at 8:29pm

Sam-I'm about to sent you a p.m. too !

Comment by Darkness To Light... on May 16, 2014 at 8:28pm

Hello ! Sam Juliano...

I'm so sorry about the delayed response. As always I agree with your comment too [I think that I have  watched all Of them too !]...as I prepare to look at Elliot Lavene's 10 day film noir festival shortly. As always thanks, for your comment and stopping by too !

deedee :)

Comment by Sam A. Juliano on May 12, 2014 at 11:51am

Wow, this was quite a festival.  Some of the greatest noir standards to indulge in once again.  Always a winning adventure.

Comment by Darkness To Light... on May 4, 2014 at 4:55am

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Arthur Lyons Film Festival-2014 Schedule

Thursday, May 8, 2014 through Sunday, May 11, 2014

Thursday, May 8 - 7:30 PM 
The Window (1949) RKO, 73 minutes.

The screen adaption of Cornell's Woolrich's "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" is one of Hollywood's classic suspense films. Ten-year old Bobby Driscoll is a chronic fibber except after he witnesses a murder and is unable to convince his parents (Barbara Hale and Arthur Kennedy) to believe him. Co-starring Ruth Roman and Paul Stweart. Superbly directed by Ted Tetzlaff and filmed on location in New York City 35mm print funded by the Film Noir Foundation.

Actress Barbara Hale is the scheduled guest star for The Window...

RKO, 73 minutes

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Friday, May 9 - 10:00 am 
Roadblock (1951) RKO, 73 minutes. 

Film Noir tough guy Charles McGraw gets a starring turn as a blue-collar insurance investigator who gets sappy over an alluring vixen (Joan Dixon) with a sweet tooth for nightclubs and mink stoles.

The fast-paced RKO programmer is a tightly scripted delight by screenwriter Steve Fisher with period L.A. locations lensed by Nicholas Musaraca. Co-starring Lewis Jean-Heydt, Lowell Gilmore and Milburn Stone.

RKO, 73 minutes

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Friday, May 9 - 1pm
Too Late for Tears (1949) United Artists, 99 minutes.

Ultimate femme fatale Lizabeth Scott squares off with Dangerous Dan Duryea in a classic tale penned by legendary scribe Roy Huggins. After $60,000 literally lands in their laps, Scott's husband (Arthur Kennedy) wants to turn the money over to the police while rapacious Liz plans to shop until she drops. Enter the omnious Duryea as the murderous double-dealing escalates to a shattering climax. 

United Artists, 99 minutes

[This essential noir, long absent from the big screen, triumphantly returns via a newly restored 35mm print that culminated a five-year rescue mission by the Film Noir Foundation.]

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Friday, May 9, 4pm
Sunset Boulevard (1950) Paramount, 110 minutes.

Billy Wilder's acidic ode to Hollywood remains one of the most memorable films ever made. Struggling screenwriter Joe Gillis (William Holden) exploits silent star Norma Desmond's (Gloria Swanson) delusional comeback and ends up with much more than he bargained for. Nominated for eleven Oscars including seminal perfomances by Holden, Swanson, Nancy Olson and Erich von Stroheim. With brilliant script by Wilder and Charles Brackett, photography by John Seitz and a memorable musical score by Franz Waxman; an all-time classic that is a must-see on the big screen!

Paramount, 110 minutes

Actress Nancy Olson is the scheduled guest star for Sunset Boulevard...

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Friday, May 9, 7:30pm
Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) Paramount, 89 minutes.

Barbara Stanwyck is unforgettable as an emotionally damaged, beridden heiress who overhears a muder plot on a crossed telephone line. Stanwyck begins to fear that someone is plotting against her and is unable to contact her husband (Burt Lancaster) or convince anybody to believe her. Writer Lucille Fletcher adapted her hit radio play to the screen with expert direction by Anatole Litvak. Co-starring Wendell Corey, Ann Richards, Leif Erickson, Ed Begley and William Conrad.

Paramount, 89 minutes 


Special Guest Star: Author Victoria, "A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel True 1907-1940" 

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Saturday, May 10 - 10:00 am 
Southside 1-1000  (1950) Allied Artists, 73 minutes.

Slam-bang crime drama produced by the King Brothers is highlighted by downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood and San Quentin location sequences as Don DeFore goes undercover to smash up a counterfeiting ring. Co-starring a sultry Andrea King along with George Tobias, Barry Kelley and Morris Ankrum.

Allied Artists, 73 minutes

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