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  • THE LIGHT THAT FAILED
  • PETER IBBETSON
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THE LIGHT THAT FAILED & PETER IBBETSON

Tuesday, November 13

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

THE LIGHT THAT FAILED

2:15   5:55  9:35       

(1939, William A. Wellman) Wounded in the Sudan when saving the life of pal Walter Huston, painter Ronald Colman returns to his London lodgings to find starving Lupino – the perfect subject for his masterpiece “Melancholia.” But then… Based on the Kipling novel. 35mm. Approx. 97 min.

PETER IBBETSON

12:30   4:10   7:50       

(1935, Henry Hathaway) Despite his life sentence for murder, Gary Cooper is reunited with childhood sweetheart Ann Harding, in romantic fantasy based on the novel by George du Maurier (Daphne’s dad), with Lupino a stand-out in an early role. “Possesses a luminous beauty.” – The New York Times. 35mm print courtesy UCLA Film and Television Archive. Approx. 88 min.