June 29, 2014

The Maltese Falcon at Hopkins Center for the Arts, June 29

As part of their festival “Film Noir: Embrace the Dark”, the Dartmouth Film Society will present Peter Lorre’s first Warner Bros movie, The Maltese Falcon (1941), on Sunday, June 29, 2014.

The program will begin at 4 pm with an introduction by DFS Directorate Member Dennis Damon.

Admission is $8 for general admission, $5 for Dartmouth students with ID, and $5 for children 12 and under. A DFS movie pass is available for $35 for adults and $20 for Dartmouth students. Tickets may be purchased on-line through the Hopkins Center website. From the Maltese Falcon page, click the “Buy” link. Dartmouth students and Hopkins Center members will be asked to log-in for discounts.

The complete schedule for “Embrace the Dark” is available on the Hopkins Center website.

The film will be shown in the Loew Auditorium, in the Black Family Visual Arts Center on the Dartmouth campus. The Black Family Visual Arts Center is located at 16 Lebanon Street, in Hanover, New Hampshire.

Parking is available on the streets and in lots next to the Hopkins Center. Hanover’s Parking Garage is located at 7 Lebanon Street, across from the Hopkins Center’s Lebanon Street entrance. The garage is free all day on Sundays.

Directions to the Hopkins Center, as well as parking information, may be found on the Hopkins Center website.

In the pages of The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre, Stephen Youngkin discusses the making of The Maltese Falcon, including interviews with director John Huston. The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre is available in hardback and softbound editions, as well as the Nook and Kindle.


Anonymous said...

Dear Cheryl,

I just wanted to let you know I am so grateful for the work you did with Mr. Youngkin on The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre. The appendix has been absolutely invaluable in the grand hunt of trying to track down and collect Peter's work (and there's always something to hunt for when it comes to him...)

Anyway, thanks a million! I feel very fortunate to have this resource as a fan, and I am grateful for the news blog updates as well.

Jess Ellis

Cheryl Morris said...

Dear Jess,

Thank you so much for your lovely comments! I appreciate them very much -- and I will also let Mr. Youngkin know how much you appreciate his book on Peter.

Stay tuned to the Lost One website! Big changes are coming that I'm sure all Lorre fans will be very pleased about.

Thanks again!


Anonymous said...

Ah, please do pass on my thanks to Mr. Youngkin! It's such a beautiful biography, and information on Peter, especially early Peter, was so incredibly hard to find before it came out.

I look forward to the site update!