Double Feature with MAN’S CASTLE
(1933) dir Victor Fleming w/Jean Harlow, Lee Tracy, Frank Morgan, Franchot Tone, Pat O’Brien, Una Merkel; Margaret Booth ed [96 min; 35mm]
Margaret Booth was a film cutter who began her career with D.W. Griffith and then went to work for Louis B. Mayer, eventually becoming Editor-in-Chief at MGM in 1939. Supposedly, she was the first person ever referred to as a ‘film editor.’ In this hilarious send-up of Golden Age Hollywood, Harlow plays a version of herself – or perhaps almost any actress of the time – who is desperate to shed her floozy image.
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- Wednesday 3/8
- at 7:30 PM
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