Video -- Classic Cool Theater's Feature Presentation: 'Kansas City Confidential' | KCET
Video -- Classic Cool Theater's Feature Presentation: 'Kansas City Confidential'
Each week, KCET's Cool Classic Theater presents a vintage film on Saturday at 9 p.m. And for the week following the screening, the full feature will be available to screen on the site. If you didn't catch this weekend's broadcast of "Kansas City Confidential," this is your chance to watch it online!
Check back at this URL every week to see the "new" Classic Cool feature presentation.
- For even more historical background on all our past Classic Cool films -- and what L.A. was like when they hit theaters back in the day -- click here.
- For the vintage music number, click here.
- To see this newsreel, click here.
- For this week's Classic Cool Theater cartoon, click here.
And don't forget to tune into "Classic Cool Theater" every Saturday at 9 p.m. on KCET!
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