|April 8, 2018|
Kit is a war-scarred veteran of the Spanish Civil War who possesses some information vital to the Nazis. Unable to torture the information out of him during his wartime stay in a concentration camp, undercover Nazi agents trail Kit back to the United States.
Imprisoned during the Spanish Civil War, John “Kit” McKittrick (John Garfield) is released when a New York City policeman pulls some strings. Upon returning to America, McKittrick hears that a friend has committed suicide, and he begins to smell a rat. During his investigation, McKittrick questions three beautiful women, one of whom has a tie to his refugee past. Pursued by Nazi operatives, McKittrick learns of the death of another friend, and begins to suspect the dark Dr. Skaas.
Runtime: 91 minutes
Director: Richard Wallace
Sunday, April 8: 1:00PM
$11 General Admission / $8.50 Students & Seniors / $7.50 Members. Tickets available at box office or online.
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