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Film Loans from the Library of Congress — November 2022

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Here are some of the titles from the Library’s motion picture collections–many preserved by the NAVCC film laboratory–that we’re loaning for exhibition this month. As always, we can’t guarantee that schedules won’t change or links get broken, but this is our best information at the time of publication.

Campus Theatre   Lewisburg, Pennsylvania

HALLELUJAH (1929) 35mm print    November 2







Svenska Filminstitutet / Swedish Film Institute   Stockholm, Sweden

SHOW PEOPLE (1928) 35mm print    November 2

GOING HOLLYWOOD (1933) 35mm print   November 9

LIGHTS OF OLD BROADWAY (1925) 35mm print    November 19

PAGE MISS GLORY (1935) 35mm print    November 22

CAIN AND MABEL (1936)    November 26



Autry Museum of the American West   Los Angeles, California

THE WILD HORSE STAMPEDE (1926) digital    November 5







Academy Museum of Motion Pictures    Los Angeles, California 

The Jackie Robinson Story (1950) 35mm print    November 6







Olympia Film Society at the Capitol Theater   Olympia, Washington

THE SEVENTH VICTIM (1943) 35mm print    November 12







Music Box Theatre   Chicago, Illinois

COWBOY JAZZ (1920) 35mm print   November 12







AFI Silver   Silver Spring, Maryland

THE PATSY (1928) 35mm print    November 12

THE CARDBOARD LOVER (1928)  35mm print    November 18







Harvard Film Archive   Cambridge, Massachusetts

CORTILE CASCINO (1961) 16mm print    November 13

FACES OF ISRAEL (1966) digital

DYING (1976) 16mm print    November 18

PILGRIM, FAREWELL (1982)    November 20


Cinema Arts Centre    Huntington, New York

THE CROWD (1928) 35mm print    November 15








Doc Films    Chicago, Illinois

STRANGE ILLUSION (1945) 35mm print    November 17







Sag Harbor Cinema   Sag Harbor, New York

THE PEARL (1947) 35mm print   November 18








Australian Cinémathquè   South Brisbane, Australia

WRITTEN ON THE WIND (1956) 35mm print    November 26



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