Guild Cinema spends its final week pulling classic '50s crime films filled with tough guys and dangerous dames from out of the shadowy vaults. This week features some incredible two-for-one double feature parings. Friday and Saturday, it's a game of cat-and-mouse when childhood friends grow up to land on opposite sides of the law in Cry of the City and a rare screening of the real-life, death-row drama Cell 2455. Sunday and Monday, we get a strange, genre-bending bag with the low-budget French eye-tickler The Black Book and bizarre Western noir Terror in a Texas Town . Tuesday and Wednesday are all about the seething race taboos of the ’50s, with The Crimson Kimono (in which a Japanese-American cop has a tryst with a white woman, not to mention its murdered-stripper plot), and Sidney Poitier as a young doctor who's terrorized by a dead patient's bigoted brother in No Way Out.