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Man holds a dagger in main image and with three smaller photos from movie
Poster for "Clue of the New Pin" (Merton Park Studios, U.K., 1961).

This Thursday (May 23) at the Mary Pickford Theater at the Library of Congress (Washington, DC)

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Man holds a dagger in main image and with three smaller photos from movie
Poster for “Clue of the New Pin” (Merton Park Studios, U.K., 1961).

 

Various photos from film including man and woman in prisoner visitation room
Poster for “Ricochet” (Merton Park Studios, U.K., 1963).

Edgar Wallace

CLUE OF THE NEW PIN (Merton Park Studios, U.K., 1961). Directed by Allan Davis. Screenplay by Philip Mackie, from the novel of the same name by Edgar Wallace. With Paul Daneman, Bernard Archard, James Villiers, Katherine Woodville, Clive Morton, Leslie Sands. (58 min, black & white, 35mm print from the Copyright Collection, rights courtesy of Rialto Pictures).

With

RICOCHET (Merton Park Studios, U.K., 1963). Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. Screenplay by Roger Marshall, based on the novel “The Angel of Terror” by Edgar Wallace. With Maxine Audley, Richard Leech, Alex Scott, Dudley Foster, Patrick Magee, Frederick Piper. (64 min, black & white, 35mm print from the Copyright Collection, rights courtesy of Rialto Pictures).

Seating is on a first-come first-serve basis. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

Comments (2)

  1. I am interested in seeing the performance “Clue of the New Pin” is there a charge, for this and what is it for two senor adults and one young adult. I also need the exact address and is there reserved seating.

    Thanks for your help.
    Sincerely, Robin Forman

    • Thank you for your response. The event is free, and seating is on a first-come first-serve basis.
      The Mary Pickford Theater is located in the James Madison Memorial Building. You can find a full address, links to directions and a floor plan, on the event calendar listing here. Enjoy the screening!

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