Philip Marlowe meets Louis Jean Heydt as Joe Brody.
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than in Howard Hawks' 1946 masterpiece "The Big Sleep," in which private eye Philip Marlowe (Bogart) finds himself up to his gat in sad fall guys (Elisha Cook Jr.), oily blackmailers (Louis Jean Heydt) and thumb-sucking heiresses (the unforgettable
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Maysey Craddock continues her exploration of the mutable meeting places where coastlines and river banks blur into bodies of water in the exhibition “Unfolding Shores. Call 901-767-3800, or visit davidluskgallery. After a hiatus in 2015, Memphis College of Art 's Holiday Bazaar & Fundraiser returns this weekend with what's called “a carefully curated collection of original artwork and unique gifts. ” There's a “Preview and Purchase Party” on Friday night that gives paying guests the opportunity to get the goods before the general public. Saturday, the Bazaar continues from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. , with free admission, cash bar and food trucks on site. Call 901-272-5100, or visit mca. Perhaps best known for his meditative solo "rural folk piano" recordings, George Winston is no slouch when it comes to more rhythmic material, such as New Orleans R&B and the Harlem "stride" style of Fats Waller and Earl Hines. Plus he's a leading interpreter of Vince Guaraldi's groovy piano tunes from the "Peanuts" TV cartoon specials. Fans can hear Winston touch on all these aspects of his 40-plus-year career when he performs at the Germantown Performing Arts Center. Winston invites patrons to bring canned goods to donate to the Mid-South Food Bank, and he will donate 100 percent of merchandise sales from the show to the charity. SATURDAY Presented by Black Lodge Video and filmmaker Craig Brewer, the "Pandemonium Cinema Showcase" series concludes — for now, at least — with "World of Wonka. ," a family-friendly movies-and-more event at Downtown's Cossitt Library. A celebration of author Roald Dahl and the late Gene Wilder, the get-together includes two screenings of the cult musical "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" (1971), with another Dahl adaptation — 1996's "James and the Giant Peach" — sandwiched... Viewer are invited to participate in "Wonka" singalongs. and costumed "Oompa Loompas" will pass out candy so moviegoers can munch along with the movie characters, who include such famous Dahlian inventions as Violet Beauregarde and Augustus Gloop. Admission: free. Call (901) 415-2766. The exhibition “Wild Spaces, Open Seasons” motivates Family Day at Dixon Gallery and Gardens. There will be tours of the show, devoted to hunting and fishing in American art, as well as music, games, art and garden activities and performances by dancers from Ballet Memphis. Admission is free. Call 901-761-5250, or visit dixon. Oklahoma indie-rock quartet Broncho returns to Memphis for a concert at the Hi-Tone Café. The group has been winning over fans and critics with a winning with series of sharp, energetic albums since 2010, including this year’s “Double Vanity. ” The group will be playing the Hi-Tone’s main room, with China Gate opening. SUNDAY Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were never steamier (check out their banter about "who's in the saddle") than in Howard Hawks' 1946 masterpiece "The Big Sleep," in which private eye Philip Marlowe (Bogart) finds himself up to his gat in... Adapted from the novel by Raymond Chandler, the witty and convoluted script is credited to such all-stars as William Faulkner and Leigh Brackett (whose credits include "Rio Bravo" and even "The Empire Strikes Back"). , Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. Admission: $9, or $5 for students and museum members. Visit brooksmuseum. The Tennessee Mass Choir marks its 26th anniversary with a concert at First Baptist Church Broad , hosted by James Chambers and Linda Covington of WLOK-AM 1340. The gospel chorus has been busy lately, releasing the single "The Greatest of All... Their debut full-length album is expected to be completed sometime in 2017. 5 p. m. 2835 Broad. Free admission.
Louis Jean Heydt - IMDb
Louis Jean Heydt, Actor: Gone with the Wind. An American character actor who specialized in "average joes", often timid or down-on-their-luck, Louis Jean Heydt was ...
Louis Jean Heydt - Wikipedia
Louis Jean Heydt (April 17, 1903 – January 29, 1960) was an American character actor in film, television and theatre, most frequently seen in hapless, ineffectual ...
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