When: Fri., Sept. 20, 7-11 p.m. 2019
"Pickup on South Street" (1953, 80 min.) A New York City pickpocket (Richard Widmark) finds Communist agents and the FBI on his tail after unwittingly lifting stolen microfilm from subway rider. "The Turning Point" (1952, 85 min.) A newly-appointed crime commissioner Edmond O’Brien pledges to crack down on corruption but discovers that graft and greed are more deeply rooted and insidious than he ever suspected. Introduction by Film Noir Foundation president and TCM Noir Alley host Eddie Muller.