FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 6:30 pm

He hunts the most dangerous prey of all!

In 1945, RKO went back to its vaults and remade the 1932 classic The Most Dangerous Game, handing the directorial chores to the great Robert Wise (The Haunting, West Side Story, The Day the Earth Stood Still)

John Loder and Audrey Long are shipwrecked on the island of big game hunter Edgar Barrier, who thinks it would be fun to hunt two-legged animals just as a change of pace.

Rarely seen these days, we're proud to present A Game of Death reamstered in HD by our friends at Kino Lorber.

1945 / 72 min. / B&W / 72 min. / HD

Also on the Program

As usual, to be sure our friends receive every penny's worth of their free admission, we have a plethora of outstanding short subjects, including Elmer's Candid Camera (1940, dir. Chuck Jones), the first appearance of Elmer Fudd; Pilgrim Porky (1940, dir. Bob Clampett); and the usual lineup of outstanding Crime Does Not Pay and Vitaphone offerings. Oh, yes - and the 15th and final episode of Holt of the Secret Service, our outstanding serial presentation. Don't miss it!

Coming Distractions

Watch for some film classics comin' up, including Frankenstein, our long-promised Twist party, and more obscure "lost" film noir!

A Game of Death (1945, dir. Robert Wise)