- HOT WATER 7:00♪
- MOVIE CRAZY 5:20 8:30
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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Introduced by Suzanne Lloyd, Harold Lloyd’s granddaughter
♪ LIVE PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEVE STERNER
(1924) Morning, afternoon and evening of “one of those days” – Harold, with an armful of packages and a live turkey in a jam-packed streetcar; first spin in the new Butterfly 6, with back-seat driving from the front seat by Mother-in-Law-from-Hell; and the dinnertime chloroform mickey that goes awry. Approx. 60 min. 35mm.
(1932) Mistakenly recruited for a Hollywood talent search, Harold finds himself at a formal party wearing a surpise-filled magician’s coat, botching take after take in his screen test, and attracted to a rain-sodden girl and a Latin spitfire (Constance Cummings in a brilliantly ambiguous performance as both). Perhaps Lloyd’s best talkie; he was satisfied when a deaf audience was baffled only twice. Approx. 84 min. 35mm.
“Lloyd’s top talkie… a film with impeccable timing, incredibly mobile camera work and highly distinctive and intricately choreographed long takes.”
– The Los Angeles Times