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Grisbi (re-release) 1.

Grisbi (re-release)

September 5, 2003
The granddaddy of the modern Gallic gangster movie, Touchez Pas Au Grisbi (translation: "Don't touch the loot!") immediately created a market for offspring like Dassin's "Rififi" and Melville's "Bob Le Flambeur." Adapted from the seminal 1952 "Série Noire" novel by Albert Simonin, Grisbi took the gangster saga to new heights of realism by portraying the criminal class as a larcenous subbourgeoisie and introducing authentic underworld slang to screen dialogue. (Film Forum)
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The Night of the Hunter (re-release) 2.

The Night of the Hunter (re-release)

October 26, 2001 | Approved
In this re-release of 1955's eerie meditation on good and evil, a demented preacher (Robert Mitchum) relentlessly torments two small children in the Depression-era Bible Belt in order to get at their dead father's stolen fortune.
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Rififi (re-release) 3.

Rififi (re-release)

July 21, 2000
A reissue of a classic French caper thriller in which Tony, fresh out of prison, teams with three cohorts to pull off a major jewel heist which goes awry. The film's title is slang for "rough stuff," and it's robbery sequence is famous for its exciting, completely silent robbery scene.
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Elevator to the Gallows 4.

Elevator to the Gallows

June 10, 1961 | Not Rated
(aka Elevator to the Gallows) A re-release of Louis Malle's 1957 masterpiece of suspense and film noir starring Jeanne Moreau, in the role that catapulted her to international stardom. (Rialto Pictures)
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Quai des Orfèvres [re-release] 5.

Quai des Orfèvres [re-release]

October 25, 2002
Brilliantly transforming a classic whodunit plot, Gallic Master of Suspense Henri-Georges Clouzot takes us from the wings and dressing rooms of the Parisian music hall and circus worlds to the drab, airless corridors and holding cells of the Quai's Criminal Investigations Department, in a blend of social realism and psychological cruelty that became his trademark. One of the uncontested masterpieces of the postwar French cinema, but rarely seen here since its original 1947 U.S. release (as "Jenny Lamour"). (Film Forum)
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The Big Carnival 6.

The Big Carnival

September 4, 2002 | TV-14
Billy Wilder's 1951 portrait of a corrupt media circus in which a down-on-his-luck NYC reporter (Douglas) takes a job with a small-town paper that provides him with no challenges until he exploits the story of a man trapped in a mine. (Two Boots Pioneer Theater)
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Sweet Smell of Success (re-release) 7.

Sweet Smell of Success (re-release)

March 15, 2002 | TV-PG
A 35mm print re-release of Alexander Mackendrick's 1957 film-noir tale of greed and corruption in New York City.
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