Margarita Carmen Cansino was born to a family of dancers on October 17, 1918. She entered movies in the mid-1930s and eventually changed her name to Rita Hayworth. Celebrate the 100th birthday of one of the screen’s great beauties with this centenary presentation of her most iconic film. Glenn Ford stars in this film noir as Johnny Farrell, a crooked gambler hired to manage a Buenos Aires casino. When the owner (George Macready) shows up with young wife Gilda, who happens to be Farrell’s ex-lover, the stage is set for a steamy and deadly love triangle. Rita Hayworth scorches her surroundings with her performances of “Amado Mio” and “Put the Blame on Mame.” Director: Charles Vidor. (US 1946) 110 min.