Monday, December 1th
Home Before Dark (1958)
Director: Mervyn LeRoy

Charlotte Bronn (Jean Simmons) returns from a mental institution to the home she shares with her husband Arnold (Dan O'Herlihy). Though he tries his best to help Charlotte adapt, his efforts are undermined by the insensitive meddling of her stepmother Inez (Mabel Albertson) and stepsister Joan (Rhonda Fleming) who may or may not have been carrying on a romance with Arnold in Charlotte's absence. The untenable situation at home leads Charlotte into a romance with college professor Jake Diamond (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.).

Monday 10:00 P.M.

Monday, December 8th
Abandoned (1949)
Director: Joseph Newman

Gale Storm plays Paula Consodine who comes to Los Angeles in search of her missing sister. Newspaperman Mark Sitko (Dennis O'Keefe) investigating on Paula's behalf discovers that her sister is dead - a supposed suicide. The whole thing seems a little too suspicious to Sitko, and indeed it is!! The girl's death was engineered by a black-market adoption racket headed by one DeCola (Will Kuluva). Paula bravely offers to act as bait to draw the criminals out, a formidable task given the presence of such villains as Raymond Burr.

Monday 10:00 P.M.

Monday, December 15th
Criminal Court (1946)
Director: Robert Wise

Tom Conway stars as Steve Barnes, a criminal attorney known for his unorthodox courtroom tactics. After accidentally killing a crooked nightclub owner, Barnes is stuck on the horns of a dilemma when his sweetheart, cabaret singer Georgia Gale (Martha O'Driscoll) is arrested for the crime. The problem is... how can Barnes clear Georgia of the murder without implicating himself?? Solid performances and powerful ending make this stand apart from other crime-films of that period.

Monday 10:00 P.M.
Thursday November 13th, Thursday December 11th
The Wizard of Oz (1939) +
Dark Side of the Moon (1973)

Directors: Victor Fleming (color) + King Vidor (BW)
Who would have thought that Frank L. Baum's pre-fascist, anti-gold standard allegorical novel would have become a family film favorite for over 6 decades. And who would have thought that Pink Floyd would secretly re-score the film and create one of the great albums of all time. Oh, sweet irony. Here we present The Wizard of Oz (on video) synchronized to the Pink Floyd album.

Thursday Midnight