Join local film historian and journalist Doug Deuchler for a six-week series of film screenings, "Midcentury Movie Star: Montgomery Clift in Hollywood," on Monday afternoons, June 12 through July 17. Montgomery Clift (1920-1966) was one of the finest actors to grace the silver screen in the 1940s and 1950s. Clift was known for playing moody, vulnerable outcasts.
"Red River" (1948) features Texas rancher John Wayne leading a cattle drive, but his tyrannical behavior causes a mutiny led by his adopted son (Clift). Directed by Howard Hawks. 127 minutes.