WRL Thursday Afternoon Film Series
Event on 2013-09-05 14:00:00
Mystery movies will be shown in February" Williamsburg Regional Library Thursday Afternoon Film Series. The films get started at two p.m. in the Williamsburg Library Theatre, 515 Scotland St. Admission is totally free and reservations are not essential. For far more info go to wrl.org or phone 259-4050.
Feb. seven – Green For Danger (1946)
Whilst investigating the murder of a hospital patient, an eccentric Scotland Yard detective uncovers dark strategies amongst the workers. This quirky mystery, written and directed by Sidney Gilliat, is set for the duration of the V-2 rocket blitz in World War II and stars Alastair Sim, Trevor Howard and Sally Gray.
Feb. 14 – Double Function
A single Mysterious Night (1944)
When a famous diamond is stolen in the course of a charity advantage, reformed jewel thief Boston Blackie (Chester Morris) is brought in to investigate. Budd Boetticher directed this humorous mystery.
Case of the Black Parrot (1941)
A reporter seems into the murder of his fiancée’s uncle, whose death is linked to a suspicious antique cabinet and an infamous criminal identified as the Black Parrot. William Lundigan, Maris Wrixon and Eddie Foy, Jr. star in this nifty “B” mystery.
Feb. 21 – Star of Midnight (1935)
In this sophisticated mystery an urbane District Lawyer (William Powell) is forced to turn sleuth soon after getting accused of murdering a nosy reporter. Ginger Rogers, Paul Kelly and Gene Lockhart costar.
Feb. 28 – Double Characteristic
Perry Mason: Situation of the Black Cat (1936)
When a pet cat is threatened following the death of its’ owner, attorney Perry Mason requires the animal as a consumer and uncovers a difficult murder plot. Ricardo Cortez plays Mason with June Travis as his secretary, Della Street, and Gary Owen as Paul Drake.
Escape in the Fog (1945)
A traumatized nurse (Nina Foch) is drawn into a complicated internet of espionage and murder in this wartime thriller. Otto Krueger and William Wright costar underneath the route of Budd Boetticher.
at Williamsburg Library
515 Scotland Street
Williamsburg, United States
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Originally posted 2013-09-03 05:00:01. Republished by Old Post Promoter