Tune in for a classic movie that the whole family can enjoy.
The Third Man - 1949 - (1:40:09)
– Film noir crime drama directed by Carol Reed. Joseph Cotten, in probably his finest role, is Holly Martins, a writer of dime novels, summoned to post war Vienna by his old friend Harry Lime (Orson Welles) for a writing assignment. What Martins finds when he arrives is that Harry is dead and has left behind a beautiful lover, Anna Schmidt (Alida Valli), and a tangled web of criminal activities being investigated by Major Calloway (Trevor Howard).
Academy Award Winner 1949: Robert Krasker for Best Cinematography. Academy Award Nominations 1949: Carol Reed for Best Director & Oswald Hafenrichter for Best Editing. American Film Institute 1998: 100 Greatest American Movies. A London Films Production. Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Orson Welles, Trevor Howard, Paul Heorbiger, Bernard Lee, Ernest Deutsch, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Siegfried Breuer, Erich Ponto, Hedwig Bleibtreu, Annie Rosar. Producer and Director ... Carol Reed; Screenwriter ... Graham Greene; Cinematographer ... Robert Krasker: Zither, Composer ... Anton Karas.
Coming up May 6
Amazing Adventure - 1936 - (1:02:07)
– Cary Grant plays the jaded Millionaire Ernest Bliss. He makes a bet with his doctor that he can go one year working a normal job without using any of his fortune.
Actors: Cary Grant, Mary Brian, Peter Gawthorne, Henry Kendall, Leon M. Lion
Directors: Alfred Zeisler
Writers: E. Phillips Oppenheim, John L. Balderston
Producers: Alfred Zeisler, Otto Klement, Robert Garrett