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February 5, 2004
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Nostalgia Night Features “Suspicion”
The 10th annual Nostalgia Night film series continues Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Elks Theatre with “Suspicion.”
Joan Fontaine won an Oscar for her role as Lina McLaidlaw, a buttoned-up, bookish heiress who longs for a more engaged emotional life. Her solution materializes in the darkly handsome Johnnie Aysgarth, a gambler and womanizer who flirts, then pursues and soon marries her. As Aysgarth, Cary Grant is irresistible and sinister, capable of deceit and petty theft. Lina's passion for Johnnie is clouded by each new revelation about his apparent dishonesty, from clandestine gambling to real estate development schemes. More troubling are clues implicating him in the death of his best friend, and the prospect that Johnnie may be slowly poisoning Lina herself. The movie’s ending proves Alfred Hitchcock’s genius.
Nostalgia Night is an annual series of 10 weekly films presented by The Friends of the Devereaux Library at South Dakota Tech, in cooperation with the Elks Theatre. Future films are “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Charade,” “Dark Victory” and “The Pink Panther.”
All films begin at 6 p.m. Tickets for individual films will be available at the door on a space available basis the evening of the show for $4.50 each.
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Devereaux Library. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.