NOVEMBER NOIR: Split Second (1953-85 min.). Escaped convict Sam Hurley (Stephen McNally) holds hostages (Alexis Smith, Jan Sterling, Keith Andes, Arthur Hunnicutt) in a Nevada ghost town slated for destruction in a nuclear test. Dick Powell directed, from a script by William Bowers and Irving Wallace. 7:30 p.m.
NOVEMBER NOIR DOUBLE BILL. Mexico City musician Antonio Gomez (Ricardo Montalban) must clear his name of a murder charge in A Life in the Balance (1955-74 min.). Anne Bancroft and Lee Marvin co-star. Robert Presnell, Jr. and Leo Townsend scripted, from a Georges Simenon story, for director Harry Horner. After a brief intermission, we conclude our series with She Played with Fire (1957-95 min.). Insurance investigator Oliver Branwell (Jack Hawkins) runs into ex-girlfriend Sarah Moreton (Arlene Dahl), who is now married. He soon finds himself involved in arson, blackmail and murder. Director Sidney Gilliat scripted this British noir with Frank Launder, from Winston Graham’s novel, Fortune Is a Woman. 1:30 p.m.
AFFORDABLE CARE ACT ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY: THE SUCCESSES AND FAILURES with financial advisor Samuel J. Schiff. This workshop will summarize and focus on the most important and relevant parts of the Affordable Care Act bill and will give an overview of what the new health care law is all about. Free but registration is required. Sign up at the Information Desk, or call 883-4400, Ext. 136. 7 p.m.