2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION

Previously Played

  • 42nd STREET
  • 1:10
  • 5:10
  • 9:10
  • FOOTLIGHT PARADE
  • 3:00
  • 7:00

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42nd STREET and FOOTLIGHT PARADE

42nd STREET

(Lloyd Bacon) Running-on-nerves director Warner Baxter gives the pep talk to understudy Ruby Keeler after temperamental star Bebe Daniels breaks that ankle. With three must-be-seen-to-bebelieved Busby Berkeley numbers. Approx. 89 min. 35mm
1:10, 5:10, 9:10

The liveliest and one of the most tuneful screen musical comedies that has come out of Hollywood… The show within the story is imaginatively staged, with clever groupings of dancers and fine photography.”
– The New York Times

42nd STREET and FOOTLIGHT PARADE

FOOTLIGHT PARADE

(Lloyd Bacon) Busbyberkeleython: Jimmy Cagney’s high-steppin’ search through the opium dens for “Shanghai Lil” Ruby Keeler, aquatic ballet “By a Waterfall” (“truly delirious” – David Thomson), and a stop at the hot and horny Honeymoon Hotel. Extra Added Attraction!  Mickey Mouse and a veritable galaxy of 1933 stars in MICKEY'S GALA PREMIERE -- in archival 35mm print from the Disney archive! Approx. 104 min. 35mm.
3:00, 7:00

 

“One of the best of the Warner Brothers showbiz musicals, with James Cagney turning in a dynamite performance as an enterprising producer, and Busby Berkeley contributing some of his most engaging and bizarre production numbers.”
– Don Drucker, Chicago Reader

“Silly, yet irresistibly wonderful examples of Busby Berkeley’s pinwheel choreography.”
– Pauline Kael