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THE HITCHCOCK FILM FESTIVAL

SPRING AT THE TRYLON, HEIGHTS, AND RIVERVIEW

THE HITCHCOCK FILM FESTIVAL
“There is no terror in the bang,” Alfred Hitchcock once said, “only in the anticipation of it.” His movies are filled with explosive secrets, all kept just out of reach. This spring, the Trylon, Riverview, and Heights theaters again honor one of cinema’s most ingenious storytellers.

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Upcoming Films in this Series

Starts Fri, March 29

THE PLEASURE GARDEN

(1925, DCP, 74m) w/Virginia Valli, Carmelita Geraghty, Miles Mander. The earliest-surviving Hitchcock film displays flare and graceful comedic timing as it follows chorus girl Patsy Brand (Valli) through a series of show business travails. With live musical accompaniment by Dreamland Faces. FRI/SAT 7:00 SUN 3:00 5:00 $12

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Starts Sun, March 31

STAGE FRIGHT

(1950, 35mm, 110m) 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 twisting black comedy of murder and suspense. SUN 7:00 MON/TUES 7:00 9:15

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Thu, April 11

VERTIGO

A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater  (1958, 70mm, 128m) w/James Stewart, Kim Novak. Newly retired San Francisco police detective “Scottie” Ferguson (Stewart) is hired by a former college acquaintance to investigate the strange behavior of his wife, Madeleine (Novak). This masterful study of identity and obsession is even more compelling when seen in lush 70mm. $12 7:30

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Mon, April 15

DIAL M FOR MURDER

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1954, DCP, 105m) w/Ray Milland, Grace Kelly. After discovering that his wife, Margo (Kelly), is cheating on him, Tony Wendice (Milland) devises what he thinks is a foolproof murder plot. When the plan goes horribly awry, Tony must cover his tracks. 7:00

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Thu, April 18

SPELLBOUND

A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater (1945, 35mm, 111m) w/Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Michael Chekhov. This mad suspense thriller, with its famed dream sequence designed by Salvador Dali, pairs an amnesia patient (Peck) wrongly accused of killing a doctor with a psychiatrist (Bergman), who falls for him and tries to clear his name. $10   7:30

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Mon, April 22

MARNIE

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1964, DCP, 130m) w/Tippi Hedren, Sean Connery. Marnie (Hedren) is a compulsive thief whose neuroses prevent her from living a normal life. When she weds successful businessman Mark Rutland (Connery), her dark past threatens to shatter their uneasy relationship. 7:00

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Mon, April 29

REBECCA

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1940, DCP, 130m) w/Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders.Hitchcock's first American film, and winner of 1940’s Best Picture Oscar, Rebecca concerns the new Mrs. de Winter (Fontaine), who becomes tormented by the spirit of the dead first Mrs. de Winter, who still has a hold on her husband (Olivier) and his household. 7:00

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Mon, May 6

THE 39 STEPS

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1935, DCP, 88m) w/Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie Mannheim. When a terrified woman (Mannheim) is murdered in his apartment, Hannay (Donat) must uncover the motives and killer, or he will take the fall. 7:00

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Mon, May 13

THE LADY VANISHES

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1938, DCP, 96m) w/Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas. When Miss Froy (Whitty) disappears, all hell is unleashed. This suspenseful comedy cemented Hitch’s reputation and convinced producer David O. Selznick to bring him to the States. 7:00

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