Sunday Cinematheque at the Chazen: Reinventing Hollywood

My Name is Julia Ross | USA | 1945 | 35mm | 65 min. Director: Joseph H. Lewis

Date
Sunday, March 04, 2018
Time
2 p.m.
Description
In this terrific noir thriller from expert B-movie craftsman Lewis, Julia (Foch) answers a want ad placed by a wealthy (and crazy) family and finds herself the ultimate victim of identity theft! A model of low-budget studio filmmaking with limited sets and locations, Julia Ross packs in a lot of story and excitement in 65 minutes. Preceded by Bugs Bunny in Little Red Riding Rabbit (1944, 7 min.).
Cost
Free
Contact
262-3627, ben.reiser@wisc.edu