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Rita and Glenn Together Again and Again!

Gilda (1946);
Affair in Trinidad (1952) @ Million Dollar Theater

Gilda (1946)
April 11, 2012 - 7:30 pm

Restored by UCLA Film & Television Archive. Preservation funding provided by Sony Pictures.

Gilda (1946)

Directed by Charles Vidor

Put the blame on a sizzling Rita Hayworth as Gilda, the fiery seductress who turns Glenn Ford’s life upside in this classic South America-set film noir.

35mm, b/w, 110 min.

"Gilda's position as a film noir is assured by its underworld setting, European-influenced stylistics and visceral emotion. Its lasting popularity as a film, however, derives from the charisma of a star in her prime. Though Rita Hayworth continued acting into the 1970s, she would never escape the iconic hold of her most famous character."

—Laura Kaiser, UCLA Festival of Preservation (1996)

Affair in Trinidad (1952)

Directed by Vincent Sherman

After a three-year hiatus, Rita Hayworth returned to the screen as a cabaret singer caught up in passion and intrigue with Glenn Ford as her murdered husband’s brother.

35mm, b/w, 98 min.