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Leave Her To Heaven (1945)

Directed by John M. Stahl with vivid cinematography by Leon Shamroy, LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN, a 1945 film noir entry, features beautiful GENE TIERNEY at her most captivating.
by David McGee
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Salt of the Earth (1954)

In 1954 a group of blacklisted filmmakers made the first blacklisted film in American history, SALT OF THE EARTH. Centered on a strike by Mexican-American workers in New Mexico, it is ever more timely now.
by David McGee
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They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Now showing: THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL, the 1939 Busby Berkeley-directed drama of a boxer on the run starring JOHN GARFIELD, THE DEAD END KIDS, CLAUDE RAINS and the ill-fated GLORIA DICKSON. Also: More Busby Berkeley, plus GOOFY'...
by David McGee
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The Kid (1921)

Marking the 125th anniversary of CHARLIE CHAPLIN's birth, Deep Roots Theater presents his 1921 masterpiece, THE KID, starring Chaplin as the Tramp and 7-year-old JACKIE COOGAN as the Child.
by David McGee
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The Nevadan (1950)

A 1950 double-dip: United States Marshal Andrew Barclay (Randolph Scott) arranges the escape of outlaw Tom Tanner (Forrest Tucker) in order to locate the $250,000 in gold stolen by Tanner in stagecoach robbery. Plus BUGS BUNNY ...
by David McGee
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The Beach Girls and The Monster (1965)

A lost beach classic is headlining at Deep Roots Theater: THE BEACH GIRLS AND THE MONSTER, with music by Frank Sinatra Jr. Also: Felix the Cat in 'April Maze' (1930)
by David McGee
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THE HITCH-HIKER (1953)

THE HITCH-HIKER (1953) was a most unusual noir: set in the desert, with an all-male cast directed by IDA LUPINO, whose legend looms large in film history. Based on the true story of spree-killer Billy Cook.
by David McGee
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Man of the Forest (1933)

Man attraction: Man of the Forest, a classic 1933 western starring Randolph Scott and Verna Hallie. Directed by Henry Hathaway, adapted from the Zane Grey novel. Selected short: Gus Visser and His Singing Duck (1925).
by David McGee
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VIOLENT SATURDAY (1955)

Director RICHARD FLEISCHER's VIOLENT SATURDAY is an excellent film noir entry from 1955 starring a young Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and Victor Mature; plus Donald Duck in a mellow satire on hunting, 'No Hunting' (1955)
by David McGee
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Free and Easy (1967)

DEEP ROOTS THEATER features a surf movie gem, FREE AND EASY, along with a BEATLES surfing cartoon; JOSEPH AHLMAN's 'Oceantics'; and GOOFY surfing in 'Hawaiian Holiday'
by David McGee
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MY DEAR SECRETARY (1949)

MY DEAR SECRETARY (1949) stars KIRK DOUGLAS in his first romantic comedy role and features delightful co-starring turns by LARAINE DAY and KEENAN WYNN. Short subjects: A selection of BEATLES cartoons.
by David McGee
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TO THE LAST MAN (1933)

DEEP ROOTS THEATER: Zane Grey's TO THE LAST MAN (1939), starring RANDOLPH SCOTT (with an unbilled SHIRLEY TEMPLE). Short subject: Superman in 'The Magnetic Telescope' (1942)
by David McGee
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