Screenings in 2020

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  • The Mark of Zorro (1920) starring Douglas Fairbanks
    "He plays silly tricks as a languid gentleman and vicious ones as an outlaw." -Louis Reeves Harrison, Moving Picture World

  • The Clinging Vine (1926) starring Leatrice Joy
    Joy "tries a type that is strange to her, appearing first as a thoroughly masculine, unattrative woman, but as the title suggests, she doesn't stay that way." -Picture-Play Magazine


  • The Michigan Kid (1928) starring Conrad Nagel
    It "is not a profound film or masterpiece--it's a terrific piece of meat-and-potatoes entertainment, a genre assignment blessedly better than it needed to be." -Revelator_, IMDB


  • The Mikado (1939) starring Kenny Baker
    "Baker may not be the ideal Nanki- Poo, but this color film of Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta is still worthwhile, with the marvelous G&S songs intact." -Leonard Maltin


  • On the Spot (1940) starring Frankie Darro and Mantan Moreland See Mary Kornman of Our Gang fame in her final screen appearance.

  • Main Street to Broadway (1953) with an all-star cast
    "What makes MStB more than a showcase of big names is the artful way in which the plot is interlaced with celebrities acting as themselves." -Florence Epstein, Modern Screen 


  • Black Tuesday (1954) starring Edward G. Robinson
    "Director of photography Stanley Cortez, A.S.C. used Tri-X in photographing 98 percent of the Leonard Goldstein production Black Tuesday marking the first time this film has been used in photographing a major Hollywood feature." -American Cinematographe


And more coming soon!

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