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PREVIOUSLY PLAYED

EASY LIVING & REMEMBER THE NIGHT

Sunday, April 12 & Monday, April 13

EASY LIVING
SUN1:104:558:40
MON12:304:15

REMEMBER THE NIGHT
SUN3:006:45
MON2:206:0510:00*
*Monday’s 10:00 show is a single feature

2 films for 1 admission - tickets available at box office only

EASY LIVING

(1937, Mitchell Leisen) Working girl Jean Arthur is bonked on the head with a mink coat while riding on an open-air Fifth Ave. bus, mistaken for the mistress of Wall St. lion Edward Arnold, given the ne plus ultra of Manhattan penthouse suites, and finds love in the Automat with fresh-faced Ray Milland. Approx. 86 min. 35mm.
SUN 1:10, 4:55, 8:40
MON 12:30, 4:15

REMEMBER THE NIGHT

(1940, Mitchell Leisen) Assistant NYC D.A. Fred MacMurray brings his maiden aunts in Indiana a Christmas present: convicted shoplifter Barbara Stanwyck. Classic Sturges comedy romance, his last screenplay for another director. Approx. 94 min. 35mm.

SUN 3:00, 6:45
MON 2:20, 6:05, 10:00*
*Monday’s 10:00 show is a single feature

“LUDICROUSLY UNDERRATED!”
 Time Out New York

“Sturges’ loose, graceful script has a softness and nostalgia that seldom surfaced in his own films.”
– Dave Kehr