M a r c h
Love Me Tonight
(1932 / 104 minutes)
Under-sung director Rouben Mamoulian’s innovative, genre-defining musical is a spicy pre-code romp with a tuneful Richard Rogers & Lorenz Hart score, including the title song and “Isn’t It Romantic?” Maurice Chevalier stars as a tailor who poses as a nobleman and Jeanette MacDonald as a princess with whom he falls in love. Myrna Loy also appears, as does C. Aubrey Smith.
7:30 pm | $5 suggested donation
All Through The Night
(1942 / 107 minutes)
Humphrey Bogart stars in this Warner Bros. thriller as a Runyonesque Broadway gambler who turns patriotic when he stumbles onto a cell of Nazi saboteurs. Co-stars Conrad Veidt and Peter Lorre.
7:30 pm | $5 suggested donation
Singin’ In The Rain
(1952 / 103 minutes)
A totally charming and effervescent romantic musical comedy about the collision of the silent movie world with incoming talkies. Gene Kelly and Jean Hagen play a duo of movie stars who light up the silver screen—that is until sound movies arrive, and she has to speak. Debbie Reynolds is brought in to dub Hagen, and sparks fly between her and Kelly. Donald O’Connor is the third wheel.
7:30 pm | $5 suggested donation
Silver Fleet
(1943 / 88 minutes)
World War Two-era British thriller about collaboration and sabotage in a Netherlands submarine-building shipyard. Stars Ralph Richardson and Googie Withers. Produced by Powell & Pressburger under the banner of “The Archers.”
7:30 pm | $5 suggested donation
That Uncertain Feeling
(1941 / 84 minutes)
Ernst Lubitsch brings his famous magic touch to this delightful comedy romance starring Merle Oberon as a woman with an incurable case of hiccups. She reluctantly visits psychologist Alan Mowbray, and hijinks ensue, including a run-in with a famous pianist played by Burgess Meredith and a plan to renew lost love.
7:30 pm | $5 suggested donation
Tuesday Nights at the Movies is presented with the Chestnut Hill Film Group and sponsored by the Chestnut Hill Local.
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