OUR NEXT ATTRACTION

FRIDAY, September 14, 6:30 pm

Who Killed the Lady Killer?

When a Hollywood composer dies under mysterious circumstances, detective George Raft becomes convict that one of the lady friends to whom he dedicated a song is responsible... but which one? There are an awful lot of beautiful lady friend suspects.

Nocturne was produced by longtime Alfred Hitchcock assistant Joan Harrison, who later became the guiding force behind the Hitchcock TV series.

Our cast includes Lynn Bari, Queenie Smith, Virginia Huston, and Myrna Dell.

Tonight's feature presentation is courtesy of our friends at Warner Archive. (89 min. / B&W / 1.37:1)

Also on the Program

Oh, what th' heck, let's through some short subjects in there so you feel as though you're gettin' your free admission's worth.

Cartoon-wise, it's a Looney Tunes called Wacky Blackout and a Merrie Melodies called Foney Fables.

Also on the program, a TravelTalks trip Through the Colorado Rockies; our weekly Vitaphone presents a Symphony of Swing with Artie Shaw; the Green Hornet and Kato face "Crashing Barriers" in the ninth nailbiting episode of our thrilling serial The Green Hornet Strikes Again! Plus, we have some surprises and some big announcements. Don't be tardy!

Coming Distractions

The Man who Cheated Himself with Lee J. Cobb (1950); I, Jane Doe (1948) with Ruth Hussey; The Widow from Chicago with Edward G. Robinson (1930); Murder, He Says (1945) with Fred MacMurray, The Mask of Dimitrios (1944) with Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre; the Pre-Code classic Street of Women (1932) with Kay Francis, They Met in the Dark (1943) with James Mason, A Woman's Secret (1949) with Maureen O'Hara, etc. etc. AND etc.

Nocturne (1946, dir. Edwin L. Marin)