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Synopsis

Double Feature: WHITE HEAT, 1949, Warner Bros., 114 min. Demon-speed direction by Raoul Walsh makes this one of the most electrifying crime thrillers ever made. Mama's boy Cody Jarrett is the quintessential James Cagney performance, an example of a star's personality merging with the fiction to create an unforgettable character. <br /><br /> THE STRAWBERRY BLONDE, 1941, Warner Bros., 97 min. Biff Grimes finds himself completely conned by his best friend Hugo Barnstad, who steals away the infatuation of his life, known as "The Strawberry Blonde." As Biff's frustration mounts, he picks fights with The Strawberry Blonde's opinionated best friend Amy, and soon realizes that their relationship is taking on slightly different dimensions than he'd bargained for. <br /><br /> Discussion in between films with Walsh’s close friend Bob Bookman, Jack Larsen and Richard Erdman (schedule permitting), moderated by Marilyn Ann Moss. Join us in the Egyptian lobby at 6:30 PM for a book signing.

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