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THIS WEEK: FREE movies @LOC-Culpeper

From: Kim C.
Sent on: Monday, May 13, 2013 9:26 AM
Library of Congress-Culpeper (FREE)
Location: Packard Campus Theater, Culpeper, VA, Packard Campus Building (
Contact: (202)[masked]

Thursday, May 16, 7:30 p.m.
"The Bitter Tea of General Yen"
A headstrong American missionary arrives in Shanghai during the Chinese Civil War and finds herself dangerously attracted to a cruel Chinese warlord. This absorbing tale of interracial tension was banned in the British Empire for its theme of miscegenation. Directed by Frank Capra. With Barbara Stanwyck, Nils Asther and Walter Connolly. Social drama. Black & white, 88 minutes. Part of the "Nothing to Fear, But Fear Itself," films of 1933 series.

Friday, May 17, 7:30 p.m.
"Shoulder Arms"
Charlie Chaplin wrote, directed, and stars in this hilarious silent comedy about a boot camp private who has a dream of becoming a hero by going on a daring mission behind enemy lines. Additional WWI silent shorts will be included on the program. Andrew Simpson will provide live musical accompaniment. With Edna Purviance and Syd Chaplin. WWI comedy. Black & white, 46 minutes plus shorts. Saluting the Army as part of the "Tribute to the Armed Forces" series.

Saturday, May 18, 2:00 p.m.
"Francis Joins the WACS"
Francis, an experienced talking Army mule, and his young soldier pal Peter Stirling were featured in seven popular movie comedies in the 1950s. In this fourth entry in the series, an Army snafu sends Francis and Stirling to a Women's Army Corps base, causing all sorts of problems. Directed by Arthur Lubin. With Donald O'Connor, Chill Wills, Julia Adams, and Mamie Van Doren. World War II comedy. Black & white, 95 minutes. Saluting the Navy as part of the "Tribute to the Armed Forces" series.

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