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  • IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT
  • IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT
  • IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT
  • THE FINGER POINTS
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IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT & THE FINGER POINTS

Monday, April 1

DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT

4:15   8:25   

(1934, Frank Capra) During breaks from a New York-bound Greyhound bus ride, only the “walls of Jericho” separate scoop-hungry newshound Clark Gable from runaway heiress Claudette Colbert. Oscars for Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress and Robert Riskin’s Screenplay. “Made audiences happy in a way only a few films in each era can do…the Annie Hall of its day.” – Pauline Kael. 4K DCP restoration. Approx. 105 min.

THE FINGER POINTS

6:20   

(1931, John Francis Dillon) Health plan problems (how’s that for contemporary relevance?) turn journalist Richard Barthelmess, despite Fay Wray’s pleas, from crusader to ally of spiffy gangster Clark Gable. Co-scripted by W.R. Burnett, author of Little Caesar, High Sierra, and The Asphalt Jungle. 35mm print courtesy Library of Congress. Approx. 105 min.

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