Cry Danger by Richard Parrish (1951, 79 min.). Rocky Mullory (Dick Powell) is framed for a crime he didn’t commit. Released from prison five years later, he’s determined to track down the real culprit. In his directorial debut, Robert Parrish skillfully turns Cry Danger into an underappreciated noir gem. “All the ingredients for a suspenseful melodrama are contained in Cry Danger” (Variety).
Preservation funded by The Film Noir Foundation. Preserved in cooperation with Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. from two 35mm acetate composite master positives. Laboratory services by The Stanford Theatre Film Laboratory, Audio Mechanics, DJ Audio, Film Technology Company, Inc. Special thanks to: Hal Jones, Eddie Muller, Ned Price.
5:30 pm - 6:50 pm
Remis Auditorium, 161
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