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HORSE FEATHERS

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Sun May 21 3:00
Mon May 22 9:00
Tue May 23 7:00

(1932, DCP, 68m) dir Norman McLeod w/Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo. Huxley University’s new president mistakenly enlists two bumbling doofuses as his new all-star football players. Chases, kidnappings, and an unforgettable chariot race into the end zone ensue.

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THE COCOANUTS

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Mon May 22 7:00
Tue May 23 8:30

(1929, DCP, 96m) dir Robert Florey and Joseph Santley w/Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo. Welcome to the Cocoanut Hotel! Step this way for the big swindle! The first feature-length Marx Brothers movie features hucksters, con men, total anarchy, and five original songs by Irving Berlin.

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NORTHERN EXPOSURE

THE MISSING SUN

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Wed May 24 7:00 (21 remaining) 8:30
(2016, DCP, 78m) Dir Brennan Vance. After Alma discovers her husband Terry comatose, a series of bizarre clues leads her to believe he is traveling astrally to reunite with his deceased ex-wife. Alma attempts to bring him back by seeking help from Terry’s estranged son and the leader of a new-age religion.

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A CENTURY OF WOMEN FILMMAKERS

DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST

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Fri May 26 7:00 9:15
Sat May 27 7:00 9:15
Sun May 28 5:00 7:15

(1991, DCP, 112m) dir Julie Dash w/Cora Lee Day, Alva Rogers, Barbarou. Touted by Beyoncé and director Ava Duvernay, Dash’s film has rightly found itself back in the spotlight. Set in 1902, Daughters of the Dust is a meditative look at a group of black Sea Islands women and their Gullah culture.

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Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery

Sat May 27 9:00
A Trylon Roadshow at the Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery
(1928, HD, 70m) dir Charles Reisner w/Buster Keaton, Tom McGuire, Ernest Torrence. An ill-tempered riverboat captain is disappointed to learn that his son is a dandy. One of the last two films over which Keaton had complete creative control, it’s a silent-film comedy triumph. With live musical accompaniment by Dreamland Faces. BEGINS AT DUSK. $10

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A NIGHT AT THE OPERA

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Sun May 28 3:00
Mon May 29 7:00 9:00
Tue May 30 7:00 9:00

(1935, DCP, 96m) dir Sam Wood w/Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo. Otis B. Driftwood pulls some strings to help a couple of star-crossed opera singers find love and fame. The 15-person “stateroom scene,” developed with help from Buster Keaton, is one of the funniest routines in all of movies.
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