This Day and Age
(Cecil B.DeMille, 1933).
Reliably stolid Charles Bickford stars as a gunman who gets his comeuppance when a mob of crusading high school students brings him to kangaroo court justice. DeMille's improbable morality piece with its evident crypto-fascist undertones didn't find much favor with Depression audiences.
Thu., Feb. 26, 3, 6:10 & 9:20 p.m., 2009
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