Welles' THE STRANGER and TOUCH OF EVIL TONIGHT at the Forum!

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THE FORUM THEATRE PRESENTS A WEEK OF WELLES
Starts tonight with The Stranger at 7 PM and A Touch of Evil 8:45 PM.
 $10 for 1 and $15 for the double feature!

NOTE: If you have never seen an Orson Welles' film on a big screen, you MUST NOT MISS THIS!  Welles was a singular provocateur and cinematic artiste the likes of which we have rarely seen in American cinema since (all due respect to John Ford, Martin Scorsese, Frances Ford Coppola and Terrence Malick)


THE STRANGER  1946
In "The Stranger," Orson Welles portrays the character of Franz Kindler, a Nazi who, not long after the war, has taken a guise as an American professor. Edward G. Robinson portrays Mr. Wilson, the war crimes official who hunts him down. With Edward G Robinson, Orson Welles and Loretta Young. Directed by Orson Welles

A TOUCH OF EVIL  1958 (Newly re mastered 35MM print!)

"Touch of Evil"  Brilliant is an understatement. (fNOTICE that the first thirteen minutes of this film is comprised of ONE SHOT ONLY. Longest tracking shot in cinematic history!) See this film, if not for the excellent acting and sheer brilliance in terms of the camera as well as high entertainment value. :"Touch of Evil" will astonish you. With Charlton Heston, Janet Leigh, Orson Welles and Akim Tamiroff. Directed by Orson Welles

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