- THE LADY EVE
1:00 4:50 8:40
CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1941, Preston Sturges) Con gal Barbara, aided by “dad” Charles Coburn, preys on owlish herpetologist Henry Fonda, in the comedy that topped the New York Times’ 10 Best list — Citizen Kane came in second! Approx. 94 min. 35mm.
1:00, 4:50, 8:40
"Hits the bulls-eye so continuously that it seems one can only respond either with awed silence or by calling attention to every scene, line, character, and moment. It is one of the best and most ruthless expressions of a great American theme, the eternal conflict between the chiseler and the "sucker sapiens;" as well as of the enduring romantic comedy premise that disillusionment, deception, and betrayal pave the way to love's ultimate triumph."
– Imogen Sara Smith, Moving Image Source
"The apotheosis of American romantic comedy!"
– Melissa Anderson, Village Voice
– Peter Bogdanovich
(1945, Peter Godfrey) Non-cooking single Manhattanite Stanwyck’s 40s “Martha Stewart” needs a fake home and family fast when clueless publisher Sydney Greenstreet invites himself and war hero Dennis Morgan over for Christmas. Approx. 102 min. 35mm.
“A wonderful treat for viewing on Christmas Eve.”
– Leonard Maltin