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Ball of Fire (1941) & Christmas in Connecticut (1945): Domestic deception

If you'd like to have dinner after the movies, please note that when you RSVP (add a Comment, using the "Join the Conversation" box), so we can get a head count. We'll go to Cafe Epi (click for info). We'll meet on the balcony landing around 3:15 PM, before the first movie. Dinner will be around 7:30 PM, after Christmas in Connecticut.


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

And now, on with the show!

Ball of Fire (1941) Starts: 3:30 PM, Ends: ~5:20 PM

Starring: Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper, Oscar Homolka, Dana Andrews
Director: Howard Hawks
Plot: Sexy, sassy, singer, Sugarpuss O'Shea (Stanwyck), needs to hide from the mob, and she finds the perfect pigeon in Prof. Bertram Potts (Cooper), and his half-dozen academics, who need help researching American slang. It's a warped take on Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, as only writers Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett could imagine it!

Then, Stanwyck feigns a more conventional domesticity

Christmas in Connecticut (1945) Starts: 5:35 PM, Ends: ~7:20 PM

Starring: Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan, Sydney Greenstreet, S.Z. Sakall
Director: Peter Godfrey
Plot: The country's most famous food writer and domestic goddess is a complete fake -- a fact she's been able to keep well hidden. But when her boss invites himself and a newly minted, WWII naval hero to her "farm," for a blockbuster, Christmas, homecoming story, she has to scramble more than eggs to protect her deception...

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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  • Jim C. B.

    Dinner as well.

    April 10, 2014

  • Lisa

    Dinner

    April 8, 2014

  • David L.

    Dinner

    April 6, 2014

  • MAG

    I recommend these two very highly and encourage people to see them. Unfortunately, I'll be out of town.

    April 6, 2014

  • Philippe

    Here we go again! On a Saturday! And with one of my favorite actor: Gary Cooper. Guess I will have to see it all by myself on a week day. Thanks Russ!

    April 6, 2014

  • Melodie

    put me down for dinner, thanks

    April 6, 2014

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