NAKED ALIBI on Sat, Oct. 16 at 4:45 p.m., introduced by Eddie Muller. All tickets for the Oct. 16 THE DARK CORNER will be honored for the Oct. 16 NAKED ALIBI replacement show. Or refunds may be processed at the box office. * * *

Disgraced San Francisco private eye Mark Stevens, sprung from prison and seeking a fresh start, opens an agency in New York only to have trouble relentlessly dog him. He finds himself a fish out of water amidst a coterie of high-society art snobs, and suspects that a treacherous ally from his past is trying to frame him for a murder. Luckily for Stevens, his dedicated secretary, Lucille Ball, is as clever as she is attractive. This self-aware detective story is both an exemplar of film noir style and one of the first parodies of the genre. (Note courtesy of Noir City.) DIR Henry Hathaway; SCR Jay Dratler, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, from a story by Leo Rosten; PROD Fred Kohlmar. U.S., 1946, b&w, 99 min. NOT RATED

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DARK CORNER, THE in 35mm

* * * Screening cancelled. THE DARK CORNER print shipment was lost in transit and unfortunately this screening has to be cancelled. In its place, we will screen NAKED ALIBI on Sat, Oct. 16 at 4:45 p.m., introduced by Eddie Muller. All tickets for the Oct. 16 THE DARK CORNER will be honored for the Oct. 16 NAKED ALIBI replacement show. Or refunds may be processed at the box office. * * *

Disgraced San Francisco private eye Mark Stevens, sprung from prison and seeking a fresh start, opens an agency in New York only to have trouble relentlessly dog him. He finds himself a fish out of water amidst a coterie of high-society art snobs, and suspects that a treacherous ally from his past is trying to frame him for a murder. Luckily for Stevens, his dedicated secretary, Lucille Ball, is as clever as she is attractive. This self-aware detective story is both an exemplar of film noir style and one of the first parodies of the genre. (Note courtesy of Noir City.) DIR Henry Hathaway; SCR Jay Dratler, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, from a story by Leo Rosten; PROD Fred Kohlmar. U.S., 1946, b&w, 99 min. NOT RATED

AFI Member passes accepted.

Henry Hathaway
99 Minutes
Film noir

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