Tune in to Lakeshore Classic Movies as we bring you Detective classics, Film Noir, Murder Mysteries, Comedy, and Family films from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. Hosted by Charlie Blum, manager of the Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville, Indiana.
October 6 at 9:30pm
Beat the Devil (1953) Humphrey Bogart stars as one of five disreputable adventurers who are trying to get a vast fortune of uranium out of East Africa. Gina Lollobrigida and Peter Lorre co-star in this film directed by Bogart’s friend John Huston.
October 7 Orson Welles Double Feature starting at 11:00am The Stranger (1946) A respectable professor in a small Connecticut town (Orson Welles) hides a secret from the war. When an investigator (Edward G. Robinson) starts looking into his past, he will need his own wife to help him escape.
TRIVIA NUGGET: Though not as well remembered as some of Orson Welles’s more original projects, The Stranger was the only film directed by Welles to show a profit in its original release.No stories to display.