Triple-bill of classic Hollywood dramas. Joan Fontaine stars in 'Bigamist' (1953) as the wife of a man finally caught out of his secret life as the husband of two different women. 'Hell's House' (1932) is about a young delinquent (Junior Durkin) sent to reform school. While there he witnesses horrific abuse in which one boy dies, and determines to escape so he can inform the authorities. 'High Voltage' (1929) was one of the first talking pictures, and stars Carole Lombard as a small-time crook stranded high in the Sierra mountains during a snowstorm, who gradually begins to fall for one of the other passengers on the bus.