MAY 22 ~ THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (1955)

This is a Cine-Retro general admission “Showcase” evening

2 entry types –

  • Single online tickets $18.50/$13.50 (+$3 booking fee) ONLINE TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON!
  • Membership (join at the door and save at all screenings) – bookings essential for members or wishing to join at the door – email Michael if wanting to reserve a table and join at the door – cineretro@hotmail.com – full details of membership on our website – www.cineretro.org

Doors 6.30pm – Films from 7.00pm

BYO picnic dinner and wine to enjoy at your table from doors open. Our sumptuous supper featuring home-made desserts and freshly brewed coffee/tea will be available at intermission.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 120mins.

Stars James Stewart, Doris Day, Brenda de Banzie, Bernard Miles, Hillary Brooke, Caroline Jones.

An American couple and their son on holidays in Morocco find themselves unintentionally involved in an international ring of spies and an assassination plot.

In Hitchcock’s 2nd version of this suspense classic is chock full of mystery and intrigue in addition to lush Technicolor cinematography and the visual crispness of Vista-Vision! Doris Day provides one of her best dramatic performances as well as her performing her signature song “Que Sera, Sera” which won an Academy Award for Best Music – Original Song. Shot on location in Marrakech and London.

PRESENTED IN SPARKLING 2K DCP ON OUR GENUINE CINEMA SCREEN WITH THE RICH SOUND OF PERIOD CINEMA AUDIO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stars Gene Tierney, Cornell Wilde , Jeanne Crain, Vincent Price, Ray Collins, Darryl Hickman, Mary Philips, Chill Wills.

Directed by John M. Stahl 110mins.

A woman and man meet on the train to a ranch in New Mexico where they both happen to be staying. She’s a socialite and daddy’s girl who happens to be going to the ranch to scatter her beloved fathers ashes, he’s an author going there to write in the peace and quiet. He reminds her of her late dead father – when he was younger of course….therein begins a tale of obsession jealousy and possessiveness which has unpredictable consequences on all concerned.

From the Ben Ames Williams novel comes this breathtakingly photographed in Technicolor melodrama in every sense of the word – or call it a colour noir par excellence! Tightly plotted, brilliantly acted this drama swirling with human emotion will hold you in it’s grip from start to finish. Presented in a new, stunning restoration only fully realised in all it’s Technicolored glory on the big screen!