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UNSUSPECTED, THE (1947) in 35mm

75th Anniversary. Oct. 22 screening features intro by film historian Foster Hirsch

When the secretary of popular radio personality Victor Grandison (Claude Rains) commits suicide, the commentator uses his considerable storytelling gifts to suggest murder and flush the culprit from a rat's nest of suspects. This clever and complex murder mystery — chock full of terrific character actors (including a sexy and savage Audrey Totter) — gets the deluxe noir treatment from director Michael Curtiz and ace cameraman Woody Bredell (THE KILLERS). (Note courtesy of Noir City.) DIR/PROD Michael Curtiz; SCR Ranald MacDougall, from a novel by Charlotte Armstrong; PROD Charles Hoffman. U.S., 1947, b&w, 103 min. NOT RATED

35mm preservation print of courtesy of the Library of Congress

No AFI Member passes accepted.

Michael Curtiz
103 Minutes
Film noir

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