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Film Loans from the Library of Congress — July 2023

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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.

“Humoresque” (1946)

AFI Silver Theatre     Silver Spring, Maryland

HUMORESQUE (1946)  35mm               July 2+3

MEET JOHN DOE (1941)  35mm            July 9

“Only Angels Have Wings” (1939)

Stanford Theatre     Palo Alto, California

ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (1939)      35mm            July 5

DESTINATION TOKYO (1943)      35mm                       July 20

TALK OF THE TOWN (1942)        35mm                        July 29

“Melodic Inversion” (1958)

Cinemateca Portuguesa     Lisbon, Portugal

MELODIC INVERSION (1958)  16mm    July 5

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (1930)

Filmhaus Nürnberg     Nuremberg, Germany

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT  (1930) 35mm   July 7 

“Mantrap” (1926)

Somerville Theatre     Somerville, Massachusetts

MANTRAP (1926)  35mm                        July 9

THE CANADIAN (1926)  35mm               July 9

“Safe in Hell” (1931)

Nitehawk Cinema     Brooklyn, New York

SAFE IN HELL (1931) 35mm                    July 11

“Doorway to Hell” (1930)

Filmoteca de Catlunya     Barcelona, Spain

DOORWAY TO HELL (1930) 35mm                    July 14

“The Flying Ace” (1926)

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures     Los Angeles, California

THE FLYING ACE (1926)  35mm                         July 15

“The Flaming Forest” (1926)

Doc Films     Chicago, Illinois

THE FLAMING FOREST (1926)    35mm            July 28

“His Girl Friday” (1940)

Australian Cinematheque     South Brisbane, Australia

HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940) 35mm



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