Two quickies from the 30s selected by film historian William K. Everson, who will introduce the program. The Devil Is Driving (1932) is a thriller about car stealing, directed by Benjamin Stoloff and featuring Edmund Lowe, Wynne Gibson, Lois Wilson, and Alan Dinehart. Robert Florey’s King of Alcatraz features Lloyd Nolan, Robert Preston, and Gail Patrick in a story about two sailors, a woman, and an escaping convict and his gang; it is said to be special for the characters and incidents it squeezes into 58 minutes (1938).