Second, regarding Don's response. He and I have already crafted a spy noir series -- for the Roxie in S.F. As for showing The Spy Who Came in from the Cold and the Ipcress File, that's a judgment by the programmer of the series.
ORDINARY PEOPLE AT RISK IN EXTRAORDINARY TIMES
14 FILMS • ROXIE
Thursday, November 5 (Big Roxie) Alfred Hitchcock: Espionage on Both Sides of the Pond THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (1934, UK, Alfred Hitchcock) 75m 7:15 SABOTEUR (1942, US, Alfred Hitchcock) 109m 9:00
Friday, November 6 (Little Roxie) The China-Japan Connection 1 THE GENERAL DIED AT DAWN (1936, US, Lewis Milestone) 98m 5:00 INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENT (1938, US, Eugene Forde) 75m 7:00
Saturday, November 7 (Big Roxie) 1 From Column A, 1 From Column B, and 3 From Column 5 UNPUBLISHED STORY (1942, UK, Harold French) 93m 1:00 DANGEROUSLY THEY LIVE (1941, US, Robert Florey) 77m 2:45 John Garfield THE FALLEN SPARROW (1943, US, Richard Wallace) 94m 4:15 John Garfield
Expatriate French Stars in Films Featuring Their Besieged Homeland JOAN OF PARIS (1942, US, Robert Stevenson) 91m 7:15 Michèle Morgan ASSIGNMENT IN BRITTANY (1943, US, Jack Conway) 96m Jean-Pierre Aumont
Sunday, November 8 (Little Roxie) The China-Japan Connection/2 CHINA (1943, US, John Farrow) 79m 2:00 SECRET AGENT OF JAPAN (US, Irving Pichel) 72m 3:30
(Big Roxie) Nazis!
NIGHTMARE (1942, US, Tim Whelan) 81m 5:30 Diana Barrymore, Brian Donlevy MINISTRY OF FEAR (1944, US, Fritz Lang) 86m 7:15 Ray Milland, Dan Duryea, Hillary Brooke NOTORIOUS (1946, US, Alfred Hitchcock) 102m 9:00 Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains
BIG ROXIE PASS (10 films: Thursday evening—all day Saturday—Sunday evening) $50 Pass holders can buy seats for Little Roxie shows first at $8 ($15 for both Friday evening & Sunday afternoon shows)