Eighteen year old Angela Lansbury in her first film Gaslight (1944)

Even though it was her first picture, she had the ability to trasnform herself into the character she was playing as soon as the camera turned.

-George Cukor


1944: Nominated:  Best Actress in a Leading Role for For Whom the Bell Tolls

1945: Won: Best Actress in a Leading Role for Gaslight 

1946: Nominated:  Best Actress in a Leading Role for The Bells of St. Mary’s

1949: Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role for Joan of Arc 

1957: Won: Best Actress in a Leading Role for Anastasia

1975: Won: Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Murder on the Orient Express 

1979: Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role for Höstsonaten


Noir-ish double-bill this January 30th, 3rst, and February 1rst on the big screen in Los Angeles, California - The New Beverly Cinema

"Suspicion" (1941)

Thu/Fri: 7:30 pm; Sat: 3:00 & 7:30 pm

  • 1941, USA, 35mm, 99 minutes
  • Academy Award winner: Best Actress, Joan Fontaine
  • Directed by Alfred Hitchcock; screenplay by Samson Raphaelson & Joan Harrison & Alma Reville; based on a novel by Anthony Berkeley; starring Joan Fontaine, Cary Grant, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Nigel Bruce, Dame May Whitty

"Gaslight"  (1944)

Thu/Fri: 9:30 pm; Sat: 5:00 & 9:30 pm

  • 1944, USA, 35mm, 114 minutes
  • Winner of 2 Academy Awards, including Best Actress, Ingrid Bergman
  • Directed by George Cukor; screenplay by John Van Druten & Walter Reisch and John L. Balderston; based on a play by Patrick Hamilton; starring Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, Dame May Whitty, Angela Lansbury

The New Beverly Cinema - 7165 W. Bevery Blvd, one block W of La Brea

Amission is $8.00 - ample free street parking, yummy super reasonably priced concessons    http://www.newbevcinema.com/index.cfm

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