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Larceny, Inc. (1942)

In a spoof of the genre that made him famous, Edward G. Robinson plays a smooth-talking ex-convict who purchases a luggage shop from which he and his accomplice (Broderick Crawford) attempt to tunnel into the bank vault next door. Thanks to his niece (Jane Wyman) and a skilled salesman (Jack Carson), the store becomes a big success, and the scheme goes awry when a fellow prisoner (Anthony Quinn) wants a piece of the action. This screening is presented as part of our WB100 celebration.