Saboteur (1942) Hitchcock’s exciting war-time suspense thriller stars Robert Cummings, on the run, after being wrongly accused of bombing a defense plant and killing his best friend. On the lame he meets a beautiful model (Priscilla Lane) who travels with him across the country trying to clear his name and stop a group of foreign agents determined to bring American to her knees. The film takes you on a whirlwind journey across the United States with stops at Boulder Dam, Radio City Music Hall, and for the film’s amazing climax atop the Statue of Liberty. This was Hitchcock’s first film featuring an All-American cast that includes supporting players Norman Lloyd, Otto Kruger, Alan Baxter, and Alma Kruger. Saboteur also features some very witty dialogue from the pen of literary legend, Dorothy Parker.
General Admission: $5, Students and Senior Citizens: $3