Friday through Sunday

The Wicked Lady (1945)

A bride makes the mistake of inviting her cousin (Margaret Lockwood) up from London before the wedding. Stealing the groom is only the beginning of her deliciously wicked career, which includes masquerading as a highwayman and meeting the genuine article in James Mason.

With Margaret Lockwood, James Mason, Patricia Roc, Griffith Jones, Michael Rennie, Felix Aylmer, Enid Stamp Taylor, Jean Kent, Martita Hunt, Francis Lister.

Directed by Leslie Arliss. Gainsborough. 104 minutes.

Plays Friday through Sunday (January 27-29) at 7:30, with weekend matinee at 3:50.

The Lady Vanishes (1938)

A lady mysteriously vanishes from a train. The other passengers deny that she ever existed, but a young woman is determined to find her. Hitchcock's last great British film is one of the most consistently engaging films anyone ever made.

"The quintessence of screen suspense." Pauline Kael.

With Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas, Dame May Whitty, Cecil Parker, Linden Travers, Mary Clare, Naunton Wayne, Basil Radford, Emile Boreo, Philip Leaver.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Produced by Edward Black. Written by Alma Reville, Sidney Gilliat, Frank Launder, based on the novel The Wheel Spins by Ethel Lina White. Photographed by Jack Cox. Music by Louis Levy. Gaumont. 97 minutes.

Plays Friday through Sunday (January 27-29) at 5:45 and 9:25.