The Mad Miss Manton (1938): Deb does detecting

We'll meet on the balcony landing around 7:10 PM. 


The Stanford Theatre does not accept credit cards, so come prepared with $7 cash for your ticket.

And now, on with the show!

The Mad Miss Manton (1938) Starts: 7:30 PM, Ends: ~9:15 PM

Starring: Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda, Sam Levene
Director: Leigh Jason
Plot: A vivacious debutante discovers a body in an abandoned house, but when the body disappears, an editorial writer mocks her "prank." Given the public humiliation, she and her fellow debs set out to solve the murder! Screenplay by Julius Epstein -- who wrote Casablanca, a few years later.

Parking & Getting There

Click Here for a Google map to the Stanford Theatre 
221 University Ave, Palo Alto

Parking is easy if you use the surface lots near University Ave., or the garages under City Hall, NOLA/Old Pro, or the parking structures at Bryant near Lytton, or on High, just south of University.


PLEASE:

If you don't connect with us before the movie, look for us in the BALCONY!!

Bring cash to keep things simple.

Arrive on time.

See you there!

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  • Russ

    A fun example of 30's screwball comedy. Sort of like the Thin Man with a little class warfare thrown in. Stanwyck combines Park Ave. ditz with Brooklyn moxie, and Fonda plays a kind of male ingenue, similar to "Hopsy," in The Lady Eve. Lots of laughs and silliness.

    April 11

  • Philippe

    Sorry Russ, I can't make it after all. You guys enjoy it.

    April 10

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