Saturday, April 27 11:30 am;
Monday, April 29 7 pm;
Thursday, May 2 9 pm.
“….It’s set in a highly fanciful Buenos Aires, where a professional gambler (Glenn Ford) goes to work for a casino owner (George Macready) who then marries the gambler’s old flame (Rita Hayworth), thereby setting off the sickest and weirdest bout of repressed love and hatred (both hetero- and bisexual) you ever saw. And Hayworth, whether she’s performing ‘Put the Blame on Mame’ (dubbed by Anita Ellis) or just being her glamorous self, was never more magnificent. With Joseph Calleia and Steve Geray.” (Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader)
1946 Charles Vidor. 1.33:1 B&W DCP 110 min.