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The Lady from Shanghai @ Music Box Theatre

Orson Welles takes the classic femme fatale tale to globe-spanning lengths and hallucinatory heights. Hard-luck seaman Michael O’Hara (Welles) tumbles into the net of mysterious Elsa Bannister (Hayworth) only to find himself caught in the murderous conspiracies of her viperous cohorts. One of the most startlingly inventive crime films released by a Hollywood studio in the 1940s.

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  • Jim

    Someone mentioned at the discussion that there was not a detail in the film that was not intentional. In the scene in the bar, there was a framed landscape above the table where the principles were sitting. There were two "portrait" photos on each side of this picture. Who was in the photos and why were they placed there. Was one perhaps a boxer?

    April 25, 2013

  • Al

    Very cool going over this and many other films classic and modern at the Bayou after the show.

    April 24, 2013

  • Bryan M.

    Not the best of his work, but worth the time.

    April 21, 2013

  • Bryan M.

    Ah, this is one I haven't seen.

    April 17, 2013

  • Harold K.

    I hve to cancel the April 20 movie because of a conflict, but I will attend this one.

    April 14, 2013

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