RIDE THE PINK HORSE / THE FALLEN SPARROW

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Dorothy B. Hughes Double Feature: RIDE THE PINK HORSE, 1947, Universal, 101 min. In this adaptation of the novel by Dorothy B. Hughes, a surly vet (director/actor Robert Montgomery) ventures into a New Mexico resort town during fiesta to settle a score with a vacationing mobster. A strange film that plays as much like a Japanese samurai movie as film noir. With Thomas Gomez, Wanda Hendrix and Andrea King. THE FALLEN SPARROW, 1943, Warner Bros., 94 min. Dir. Richard Wallace. Scripted by Warren Duff, from the novel by Dorothy B. Hughes. This compelling story, told in creepy Val Lewton style, stars John Garfield as a Spanish Civil War veteran being driven crazy by stateside fascists. Is Maureen O’Hara his only ally … or his enemy? Shot by RKO’s in-house noir master, Nicholas Musuraca. Introduction by Eddie Muller of the Film Noir Foundation.
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Release: April 16, 2015