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"Ministry of Fear" (1944) and "The Big Heat" (1953) at Gary's

    Hey Everyone, in September Cult-Movie Night will feature two classics from director Fritz Lang.  "Ministry of Fear" is from the novel by Graham Greene and stars Ray Milland as a man who has been released after 2 years in an insane asylum.  He decides to visit a nearby carnival that turns out to be a Nazi front.  As he tries to unravel the Nazi plot, he's accused of murder and tries to stay one step ahead of the police.  "The Big Heat" stars Glen Ford as a detective trying to avenge his wife's murder by the mob.  His investigation turns up widespread corruption in the police department. 

      Feel free to bring a drink or a snack to share.  We'll order some pizzas between the films.  Hope to see you there!

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  • Pat R.

    I really enjoyed both of them, thought I had seen them before but was surprised, I hadn't.

    September 22, 2013

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