ICTN Movie of the Week

Tune in for a classic movie that the whole family can enjoy.


Sabotage – 1936 – (1:16:32) 

– Alfred Hitchcock certainly earns his reputation as the “master of suspense” in this film, with some of the most tension filled scenes in the history of cinema. Karl Verloc is using his Cinema as a front to conduct sabotage for a foreign power. His wife, Sylvia, is oblivious to Verloc’s activities and is grateful for his devotion to her young brother, Steve. Verloc begins to have Steve deliver the bombs. A Gaumont British Picture. Sylvia Sidney, Oscar Homolka, Desmond Tester, John Loder, Joyce Barbour, Matthew Boulton, S. J. Warmington, William Dewhurst. Producer ... Michael Balcon and Ivor Montagu, Director ... Alfred Hitchcock, Screenwriters ... Charles Bennett, Ian Hay, Helen Simpson, Alma Reville, and E.V.H. Emmett, From the novel “The Secret Agent” by Joseph Conrad. Director Of Photography ... Bernard Knowles, Music Director ... Louis Levy.

Coming up July 1

The Seventh Seal – 1957 – (1:36:03) 

– The Seventh Seal - 1957 - (1:36:03) Ingmar Bergman and Max von Sydow. A man seeks answers about life, death, and the existence of God as he plays chess against the Grim Reaper during the Black Plague. The story begins as a Knight and his squire are heading home from the crusades. Black Death is sweeping their country. As they approach home, Death appears to the knight and tells him it is his time. The knight challenges Death to a chess game for his life. The Knight and Death play as the cultural turmoil envelopes the people around them as they try, in different ways, to deal with the upheaval the plague has caused.
Director: Ingmar Bergman. Writers: Ingmar Bergman (play), Ingmar Bergman (screenplay)
Stars: Max von Sydow, Gunnar Björnstrand, Bengt Ekerot.