OUR NEXT ATTRACTION

FRIDAY,  JAN. 5, 6:30 pm

Meet The Inspector!

After successfully introducing Hildegarde Withers on our show a few weeks ago, we're pleased as can be to dig up even a more rare cinema sleuth for your entertainment and enjoyment.

Inspector Hornleigh Investigates was a BBC radio series of the late 1930s, and its popularity led to a trio of film adaptations, of which Inspector Hornleigh was the first.

Her Royal Majesty's Government is targeted by thieves, and their plot is tied to a murder Hornleigh is investigating. Gordon Harker is the Inspector; Alastair Sim is his sidekick in crimesolving, and our fine supporting cast includes Hugh Williams and Wally Patch.

87 min / B&W / 1.37:1

Also on the Program

Well, we certainly want you to feel as though you're getting your money's worth, particularly since we don't charge anything.

Our cartoons this week include The Sour Puss with Porky Pig and a special mystery cartoon that goes along well with tonight's feature. Our TravelTalk takes us to Quaint St. Augustine this week, plus it's the final episode of The Masked Marvel, another Metro Movietone variety short, and much, much more!

Coming Distractions

The weeks ahead will bring us The Breaking Point (Warners, 1950) with John Garfield and Patricia Neal; The Mask of Dimitrios (Warners, 1944) with Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre; and Jack the Ripper (1959) with Eddie Byrnes and Lee Patterson, plus a few surprises.

INSPECTOR HORNLEIGH
(1938, dir. Eugene Forde)