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For those who live in (or near) the San Francisco Bay Area, Stanford Theatre has released their summer film schedule, which includes a few Films Noir and those with noir elements such as:

 

The Letter

Scarlet Street

Beat the Devil

Witness for the Prosecution

Of Human Bondage

 

For those who don't already know about Stanford Theatre, it is a 1925 movie palace that shows only classic films. It is a gorgeous theatre that has maintained its original structure complete with a Wurlitzer Organ.

 

http://www.stanfordtheatre.org/calendars/Summer%202015.html

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I'll have to look into that -- especially when I want to escape the heat of the valley.

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For those who live in (or near) the San Francisco Bay Area, Stanford Theatre has released their summer film schedule, which includes a few Films Noir and those with noir elements such as:

 

The Letter

Scarlet Street

Beat the Devil

Witness for the Prosecution

Of Human Bondage

 

For those who don't already know about Stanford Theatre, it is a 1925 movie palace that shows only classic films. It is a gorgeous theatre that has maintained its original structure complete with a Wurlitzer Organ.

 

http://www.stanfordtheatre.org/calendars/Summer%202015.html

Oh my gosh! I'm here for the Shirley Temple show...and there are sooo many people to see her costume exhibit,that I can't even get in the gallery!! Like 20 costumes on display though. Pretty darn cool.
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Oh my gosh! I'm here for the Shirley Temple show...and there are sooo many people to see her costume exhibit,that I can't even get in the gallery!! Like 20 costumes on display though. Pretty darn cool.

 

I just got back from Palo Alto. I stood about a half hour in line before entering the annex. Lots of cool stuff. Then I watched Poor Little Rich Girl. Love seeing the Tin Man (Jack Haley) before he was the Tin Man.

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I just got back from Palo Alto. I stood about a half hour in line before entering the annex. Lots of cool stuff. Then I watched Poor Little Rich Girl. Love seeing the Tin Man (Jack Haley) before he was the Tin Man.

I finally got in after the movie "Wee Willie Winkie" I can't believe she saved all that. Amazing to get a chance to see those things. Must of took 200 photos.

Glad you went...people really don't know how cool that is.

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