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Yellow VW bug is at center of colorful poster also featuring likenesses of Michele Lee, Dean Jones and Buddy Hackett.
The Love Bug movie poster

This Weekend at the Packard Campus (Feb. 10 -11, 2023)

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Did someone say “love”?  We got it for you on the big screen.  Bring your sweetheart to the movies.

Friday, February 10, 2023 @ 7:30pm

Love and Basketball film poster. Male/female couple is seen against white background, embracing and kissing and holding aloft a basketball. Orange lettering--matching the tinted ball--spells out the film's title.Love & Basketball (New Line, 2000)

Quincy and Monica love each other but they also love basketball.  Which is the greater love?  We shall see.  Written and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood.  The film stars Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan.  Color, 124 minutes.







Saturday, February 11, 2023 @ 2pm

Film poster depicts central vehicle (which also spells out the film's name) blooming into a flower. Various "petals" show photos of film's stars including Dean Jones, Michele Lee, and Buddy Hackett. Center of flower notes "Walt Disney Production."The Love Bug (Disney, 1968)

In 1968, America had just past the Summer of Love and amore was still on everyone’s mind.  “Make love, not war” was the motto and even automobiles got into the act.  Herbie the Love Bug stars in this family favorite alongside Dean Jones and Michele Lee.  Color, 108 minutes.







Saturday, February 11, 2023 @ 7:30pm

Extreme close-ups of co-stars Vanessa Redgrave and Jennie Linden are show on film poster while, pasted in front of them, is photo of co-stars Alan Bates and Oliver Reed, nude and wrestling. Black lettering and white lettering spell out film title, stars, etc. against deep red background on lower third of poster.Women in Love (United Artists, 1968)

Two friends fall in love with two very different sisters, but each to equally different results.  Ken Russell directed, with Alan Bates and Oliver Reed as the two friends.  Glenda Jackson (in an Oscar-winning performance) and Jennie Lindel star a the sisters.  Color, 132 minutes.  (Rated R)







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