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Prime Noir of the 1950s: TOUCH OF EVIL • Sunday, June 12

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Mon, Jun 24, 2013

DCP DebutRepertory Series Archive

Double Indemnity

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(1944) dir Billy Wilder w/Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson [107 min]
The film “where murder smells like honeysuckle.” Fred MacMurray enters into an insurance fraud scheme that turns deadly when he falls for the arousing Barbara Stanwyck. The powerhouse combination of Billy Wilder’s direction and Raymond Chandler’s collaboration with Wilder on the screenplay, cement this film as a pinnacle of the film noir genre. Digital Presentation

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