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Repertory film listings for March 1-7, 2012.

Thursday, March 1

The Dark Past (75 min., 1948). Dark Past: Film Noir by German Emigrés (Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, 7:00)

Shockproof (79 min., 1949). Dark Past: Film Noir by German Emigrés (PFA, 8:40)

Harold and Maude (91 min., 1971). Flashbacks (UA Berkeley 7, 9:00)

The Out of Towners (101 min., 1970). (Alameda Theater, 2:25, 4:40, 7:00, 9:10)

Friday, March 2

The Mysteries of Lisbon (272 min., 2010). In Portuguese with English subtitles. The Library Lover: The Films of Raúl Ruiz (PFA, 7:00)

Saturday, March 3

Mr. & Mrs. Bridge (124 min., 1990). Afterimage: James Ivory, Three Films from Novels (PFA, 6:00)

Three Lives and Only One Death (123 min., 1996). In French with English subtitles. The Library Lover: The Films of Raúl Ruiz (PFA, 8:30)

Footloose (107 min., 1984). (BAL Theater, San Leandro, 7:00)

Sunday, March 4

Ball of Fire (111 min., 1941). Howard Hawks: The Measure of Man (PFA, 2:00)

José and Pilar (117 min., 2010). In Spanish and Portuguese with English subtitles. A Tribute to José Saramago (1922-2010) (PFA, 4:30).

October (Ten Days That Shook the World) (103 min., 1928). Silent, with live music by Sergei Eisenstein. Berkeley Underground Film Society (703 Gilman St., Berkeley, 7:00)

Tuesday, March 6

To Have and Have Not (100 min., 1944). Howard Hawks: The Measure of Man (PFA, 7:00)

Comedy of Errors (120 min., 2012). National Theatre Live (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, Berkeley, 7:00)

Wednesday, March 7

Le Quattro Volte (88 min., 2010). In Italian with English subtitles. Documentary Voices (PFA, 7:00)

The Tipping Point: The End of Oil (91 min., 2011). Preceded by potluck and social hour at 6:30 p.m.; followed by discussion (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)


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