Previously Played

UNIVERSAL 100

Special thanks to Paul Ginsburg, Bob O'Neil, Dave Oakden (Universal Pictures), Jan-Christopher Horak, Todd Wiener, Shannon Kelley, Steven K. Hill (UCLA Film & Television Archive), Judy Nicaud (Paramount), Mike Mashon, Rob Stone (Library of Congress), David Shepard, Daniel Bish (George Eastman House), Tom Weaver, Howard Mandelbaum, and Clive Hirschhorn
(author of The Universal Story)

UNIVERSAL PICTURES AND AMERICAN EXPRESS WILL DONATE THE PROCEEDS OF THIS RETROSPECTIVE TO FILM FORUM AND UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

PROGRAMMED BY BRUCE GOLDSTEIN

ALL 35mm PRINTS EXCEPT WHERE NOTED


SIODMAK

SIODMAK

THURSDAYS JULY 19 - AUGUST 9
(plus
SON OF DRACULA on Friday, August 3)

In the midst of a forty-year career in Germany and Hollywood,
Robert Siodmak (1900-1973) directed more Film Noir 
masterworks than anyone else, among them some of
the most brooding and expressionistic of the genre.


Read J. Hoberman's feature on Robert Siodmak in The New York Times