Book Tickets

Sun 3 July

The Maltese Falcon PG

Part of Celebrating Film Noir
USA, 1941, John Huston, 101m.

This 1941 film version of Dashiell Hammett’s ‘Sam Spade’ novel laid down the blueprint for subsequent Hollywood films noir. It also introduced John Huston as one of the top American directors, elevated Humphrey Bogart from a ‘B-Movie’ actor to a leading man, and created the American-style ‘femme fatale’ – the devious, determined woman who leads men to their doom. The American Film Institute ranks The Maltese Falcon as one of the best 50 films of all time.

Please note: we do not show adverts. There will be 10 mins or so of trailers before the main feature.

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