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JANE EYRE & TOMORROW IS FOREVER

Sunday & Monday, January 18 & 19

JANE EYRE
SUN12:504:508:50
MON12:354:35

TOMORROW IS FOREVER
SUN2:456:45
MON2:30

JANE EYRE

(1943, Robert Stevenson) Joan Fontaine’s Jane graduates from the Orphanage from Hell to be governess to the ward of Welles’ brooding Rochester. “He strode on the set and proclaimed, ‘All right, everyone turn to page eight’ and we did it, though he wasn’t the director.” – Joan Fontaine. Approx. 97 min. 35mm.
SUN 12:50, 4:50, 8:50
MON 12:35, 4:35

“Surprisingly effective right from the opening shot.” 
– Tom Milne, Time Out (London) 

“It has continuous vitality as a romantic horror tale, conducive to shivers down the spine. And the moment of shattering revelation should be quite a cozy experience for those who have not read the book.” 
– Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

TOMORROW IS FOREVER

(1946, Irving Pichel) Listed among the dead of WWII, Welles, sporting a new face, returns anyway, only to find wife Claudette Colbert now remarried to George Brent. Easy choice? With 7-year-old Natalie Wood as Welles’ adopted daughter. Approx. 105 min. 35mm.
SUN 2:45, 6:45
MON 2:30