2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION

Previously Played

  • GOLDEN BOY
    1:20 5:20 9:20
    STELLA DALLAS
    3:20 7:20

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GOLDEN BOY and STELLA DALLAS

GOLDEN BOY

(1939, Rouben Mamoulian) William Holden (in his first featured role) disappoints very Italian dad Lee J. Cobb (27 at the time) by trading in his violin for boxing gloves, courtesy of promoter Adolphe Menjou, with Menjou’s mistress Stanwyck providing distraction and support. Based on Clifford Odets’ Broadway smash. Approx. 99 min. 35mm.
1:20, 5:20, 9:20

 
GOLDEN BOY and STELLA DALLAS

STELLA DALLAS

(1937, King Vidor) In her first Oscar-nominated role, Stanwyck’s social climbing Stella watches as daughter Anne Shirley turns into a glowing debutante — with legendary multi-hankie finale in the rain. Approx. 106 min. 16mm.
3:20, 7:20

“One of Stanwyck’s finest performances.”
– Leonard Maltin