August 14, 2012, @ 8:00 pm
(Ted Tetzlaff, US 1949, 73 min.)
Kid Noir. One of the most sought-after cinematographers of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Ted Tetzlaff directed this heart-pounding adaptation of Cornell Woolrich’s The Boy Who Cried Wolf. Little Bobby Driscoll thinks it’s fun to tell tall tales…until he witnesses a murder, and no one but the murderers will believe him. Driscoll earned himself a specially awarded Oscar® for this performance from a dumbstruck Academy.