The Third Man

12th April 1996 at 01:00
(Photograph) - A new print of 'The Third Man' is to be screened this month, with the promise of enhanced image and sound quality. Described by the British Film Institute as 'one of the greatest works of British cinema', Carol Reed's 1949 adaptation of the Graham Greene novel will be shown at the National Film Theatre on London's South Bank on Sunday, April 28 at 4.10pm. The film, starring Orson Welles, is included in a month-long season of British film classics at the NFT. For details ring 0171 928 3232

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