ROAD HOUSE (1948) in 35mm
A star-powered faceoff between two film noir legends! Sparks fly when sassy Ida Lupino takes a job crooning in psychotic Richard Widmark's rural road house. When she rebuffs him in favor of his best friend and boyhood chum (Cornel Wilde), things really heat up. Ida sings the classics "One for My Baby" and "Again." (Note courtesy of Noir City.) DIR Jean Negulesco; SCR/PROD Edward Chodorov. U.S., 1948, b&w, 95 min. NOT RATED
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