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THE GLASS MENAGERIE

3:30 ONLY

Sunday, September 28

(1950, Irving Rapper) “Yes, I have tricks in my pocket, I have things up my sleeve,” muses Arthur Kennedy between stints at the shoe warehouse, worrying about limping, painfully shy sister Jane Wyman, and overbearing “Southern belle” mom Gertrude Lawrence (Noël Coward’s legendary screen partner), but a surprisingly sensitive Kirk Douglas is about to call. First film adaptation of a Williams work – adapted from his first Broadway smash. Approx. 107 min. 35mm.