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Second Saturday Silent Cinema at the Music Box- Changing Husbands

From the Music Box Theater Guide:

Infidelity never looked so classy! Supervised by Cecil B. DeMille, this fim does a superb job of capturing the loosening morals of the Twenties. The lovely Leatrice Joy plays two lookalike dames: one gal's an aspiring actress, and the other's a Broadway star sick of the spotlight. So what do they do? Like a jazz-age Price and the Pauper, they trade lives, and husbands for that matter- but their scheme doesn't go quite according to plan! This movie's a real breath of fresh comedy air, alternating between beats of razor-sharp wit and screwball antics. Its subject matter is also quite racy for the Roaring Twenties, and it revels in the mischief, culminating in an implied double divorce in Reno!

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  • Mark Allen G.

    Update folks: I checked with the Music Box and while their brochure has the time listed at 7:00pm for the movie, the updated website is showing the time at NOON. Please let me know if you're still able to attend with the time change and apologies for not catching the change sooner.

    January 10, 2014

  • Mardi E

    Sounds interesting, I look forward to the show.

    1 · December 18, 2013

  • Mark Allen G.

    Great recollection Marianne! Definitely try to make it!

    December 18, 2013

  • marianne n.

    My great aunt (passed away 34 years ago) danced in Vaudeville for a time (knew George Burns - he was a kid much younger than her) - I would have loved taking her to this ...

    1 · December 18, 2013

  • Mardi E

    Hi, this sounds good to me as I'm an old movie buff; it's in the diary.

    My immediate responsibility in Chicago is to make sure all is well for a parent. I've found that that one gets penalized if they RSVP and a no show; three strikes your out sort of thing. Because of this I prefer not to formally RSVP but generally do show up.

    1 · November 30, 2013

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