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HITCHCOCK 125

April at the Trylon and the Heights

The Hitchcock Film Festival returns to celebrate the master of suspense’s 125th birthday. This time, eleven films spanning five decades are presented at both the Trylon and Heights theaters. Terror! Spies! Tumultuous marriages! Trains! Crop dusters!

THE LODGER: A STORY OF THE LONDON FOG

(1927, DCP, 92m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Ivor Novello, Marie Ault, Malcolm Keen. When a mysterious man rents a room from Daisy Bunting’s mother, both mother and daughter notice his resemblance to descriptions of a murderer stalking the streets. With live accompaniment by The Poor Nobodys, this rare Hitchcock should not be missed! At the Heights […]

THE WRONG MAN

(1956, DCP, 105m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Henry Fonda, Vera Miles. Struggling jazz bassist Manny (Fonda) needs to borrow money against his wife’s insurance policy to help pay for her dental work. At the insurance office, he is mistaken for a criminal and falls into a spiral of injustices. At the Trylon! 7:00 9:15

THE LADY VANISHES

(1938, 35mm, 96m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas. When Miss Froy (Dame May Whitty) vanishes, fellow traveler Iris Henderson (Lockwood) can’t seem to find anyone who even acknowledges old Froy was on the train. When the dashing Gilbert (Redgrave) tries to help Iris, both of them fall into a dastardly plot! […]

STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

(1951, 35mm, 101m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Farley Granger, Robert Walker, Ruth Roman. Two men, each needing a certain someone killed, meet as strangers but become accomplices. Strangers combines Hitchcock’s dual talents for hair-raising suspense and psychological intrigue. At the Trylon! SUN 8:15 MON/TUE 7:00 9:00

SHADOW OF A DOUBT

(1943, DCP, 108m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Teresa Wright, Joseph Cotten, Macdonald Carey. Young Charlie (Wright) is bored to tears in her little town and enthralled by her worldly uncle (Cotten), who has returned from the city to visit his sister. But her admiration curdles when Uncle Charlie’s dark past begins to reveal itself. At the […]

NOTORIOUS

(1946, DCP, 102m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains. Sent deep undercover to seduce a likely Nazi conspirator (Rains) in Brazil, Alicia Huberman (Bergman) must balance her patriotic duties with her attraction to her superior, agent T. R. Devlin (Grant). Clues are unearthed, suspicions grow, and a deadly game of deceit ensues. […]

DIAL M FOR MURDER

(1954, DCP, 105m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Grace Kelly, Ray Milland, Robert Cummings. Spoiled tennis player Tony Wendice (Milland) is jealous that his lovely wife, Margot (Kelly), is having an affair. To make matters worse, she’s the one with money, so divorce is a really bad idea. What seems like a good idea is to entice […]

STAGE FRIGHT

(1950, DCP, 110m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Marlene Dietrich, Jane Wyman, Richard Todd. When Jonathan Cooper (Todd) is suspected of homicide, he seeks refuge with his actress friend, Eve Gill (Wyman). This first-rate thriller pits Dietrich against Wyman in a black comedy of murder and suspense. At the Trylon! SUN 7:30 MON/TUE 7:00 9:15

NORTH BY NORTHWEST

(1959, DCP, 136m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason. Charming ad man Roger O. Thornhill (Grant) must run for his life when a criminal organization mistakes him for an American spy. While managing to avoid successive attempts on his life, one involving a crop-dusting, gun-toting plane in the middle of Indiana, […]

THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY

(1955, DCP, 99m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/John Forsythe, Shirley MacLaine, Edmund Gwenn. Unsuccessful in its day, this black comedy about a group of hapless small-town folk hiding a body is now considered a classic—and years ahead of its time. At the Trylon! SUN 7:00 MON/TUE 7:00 9:00

FRENZY

(1972, DCP, 116m) dir Alfred Hitchcock w/Jon Finch, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Barry Foster. When hot-tempered bartender Richard (Finch) loses his job, he mopes around London, eventually visiting his ex-wife to cadge a tenner. The visit turns sour, they argue, and he storms away. Soon after, she’s visited by the gruesome Necktie Murderer, who leaves her dead—and […]

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