CALL HER SAVAGE
Wednesday, March 23
(1932, John Francis Dillon) Clara Bow’s feisty Texas heiress takes a whip to childhood pal Gilbert Roland, brains the husband she married for spite with a stool, gets in a catfight with Thelma Todd, drops in on the screen’s first bona fide gay bar, and romps with an excited Great Dane – and we don’t mean Hamlet. “Enough melodrama for three movies” – David Stenn. Restored 35mm print courtesy Museum of Modern Art. Approx. 88 mins.