“A magnificently crafted film noir classic.” —Houston Press
Directed by Otto Preminger
(USA, 1944, 35mm)
A wealthy journalist (Clifton Webb) becomes entranced with Laura (Gene Tierney), an advertising executive. Shortly before her wedding to a dashing playboy (Vincent Price), Laura is murdered, and the detective (Dana Andrews) assigned to the case finds himself falling under Laura‘s spell. This film noir thriller takes twists and turns with new suspects, new evidence, and unexpected revelations.
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