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Premiere Engagement! Lucretia Martel • ZAMA • July 6–12

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Fri, Nov 27, 2015

Repertory Series Archive75 Years of Film Noir, Part 2: Authors of Noir

Double Indemnity

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DOUBLE INDEMNITY

Double Feature with STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

(1944) dir Billy Wilder w/Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson [106 min; 35mm]
Chandler’s first screenplay fared much better, garnering him an Oscar nomination. His adaptation of James M. Cain’s novel teams unscrupulous insurance man Fred MacMurray with dangerous femme fatale Barbara Stanwyck in a plot to do away with her husband and reap the ill-gotten rewards.

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Wednesday, November 25 • Double Feature

THE MALTESE FALCON
at 2:15 7:00 PM
THE BIG SLEEP
at 4:30 9:15 PM

Thursday, November 26 • Double Feature

THE MALTESE FALCON
at 2:15 7:00 PM
THE BIG SLEEP
at 4:30 9:15 PM

Friday, November 27 • Double Feature

STRANGERS ON A TRAIN
at 2:30 7:00 PM
DOUBLE INDEMNITY
at 4:45 9:15 PM

Saturday, November 28 • Double Feature

MURDER, MY SWEET
at 3:00 7:15 PM
THE LADY IN THE LAKE
at 5:00 9:15 PM

Sunday, November 29 • Double Feature

PHANTOM LADY
at 3:30 7:30
BLACK ANGEL
at 1:30 5:30 9:30

Monday, November 30

No Screenings
 

Tuesday, December 1 • Double Feature

STREET OF CHANCE
at 8:00 PM
THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES
at 6:00 9:30 PM

Wednesday, December 2

THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE
at 8:30 PM

Thursday, December 3 • Double Feature

THE GLASS KEY
at 7:30 PM
MILLER’S CROSSING
at 5:00 9:30 PM

Brattle Passes accepted.

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