This week the Music Box presents a double feature of two British film noir classics, both produced and directed by the talented Carol Reed. If you’ve seen any of Reed’s movies, it’s probably The Third Man (1949), with Joseph Cotten as an American pulp writer in postwar Berlin and Orson Welles as his old friend who’s gone missing, the supremely cynical black marketeer Harry Lime. Don’t miss that one, for God’s sake, but think about making a night of it and also checking out the earlier, somewhat lesser known movie on this double bill: Odd Man Out (1947), with James Mason as a badly wounded IRA terrorist stumbling across Belfast as the police close in on him.