Monday, November 9, 2009

A Robert Ryan Event in Los Angeles at the American Cinematheque




Left: Robert Ryan in director Anthony Mann's adaptation of Erskine Caldwell's God's Little Acre (1957), which will be broadcast on TCM on Jan 17, 12:00PM

FYI for those in the Los Angeles area:

On Wednesday, November 11th (Robert Ryan's Birthday), a Centennial Birthday Tribute to the actor will be hosted by author and film historian Alan K. Rode at the American Cinematheque.









Left: Robert Ryan in The Set-Up (1949-Robert Wise)


There will be screenings of two of Ryan's best films, The Set-Up (1949) and The Naked Spur (1952). Alan Rode will introduce the screenings with Ryan's daughter, Lisa and the one and only... Marsha Hunt in attendance.




Left: Robert Ryan in The Naked Spur (1952-Anthony Mann)






For information on ticket prices and other details on the screening, please open this link: http://tinyurl.com/ykggs4v

1 comment :

Iain Wilson said...

Hi Moira, I thought this might be worth mentioning for your posts on Reading Books in Hollywood. There is a scene in The Set-Up, where one of the boxers (I don't think it is Robert Ryan) is reading a pulp magazine in the change-room.

If you know of any other movies where people are reading pulp magazines, let me know.

Thanks,

Iain.

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