Two Film Noirs for the price of one! In the first feature, THE LIMPING MAN, ex-G.I. Bridges soon realizes his wartime girlfriend has become involved with racketeers but before he can untangle her mess, he gets in the middle of a police investigation to solve the murder of a victim killed by a mysterious "limping man," who is also a deadly sniper.
76 mins, B&W, 1.33:1/ 4x3, 1953, Not Rated
In the second part of our double-bill, THE SCAR, when a crooked gambler (Henreid) seeks to hide from a rival mobster, he hatches a plot to take the place of a psychiatrist that he's a dead-ringer for. But it's not long before the good doctor's secretary (Joan Bennett) is on to his scheme. With a bonus TV episode titled Dark Stranger starring Edmond O'Brien and Joanne Woodward.
83 mins, B&W, 1.33:1/ 4x3, 1948, Not Rated