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Film Loans from the Library of Congress — August 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.

“Baby Face” (1933)

UW Cinematheque   Madison, Wisconsin

BABY FACE (1933) -  35mm     August 3

“None But the Lonely Heart” (1944)

Stanford Theatre     Palo Alto, California

NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART (1944) – 35mm     August 3 +4

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (1944) – 35mm     August 5 +6

“The Lady” (1925)

Museum of Modern Art     New York City, New York

THE LADY (1925) – DCP     August 3

LIGHTS OF OLD BROADWAY (1925) – 35mm     August 28 +29

“Clash of the Wolves” (1925)

Doc Films     Chicago, Illinois

CLASH OF THE WOLVES (1925) – 35mm     August 4 +5

WITHIN THE LAW (1923) – 35mm     August 11+12

“Blonde or Brunette” (1927)

Capitolfest     Rome, NY

ALIBI BYE BYE (1935) – 35mm     August 11-13

BLONDE OR BRUNETTE (1927) – 35m      August 12

“It Happened One Night” (1934)

Australian Cinémathèque     South Brisbane, Australia

IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (1934) – 35mm     August 4 + 13

THE PALM BEACH STORY (1942) -35mm     August 6 + 26

MIDNIGHT (1939) – 35mm     August 9

MY FAVORITE WIFE (1940) -35mm     August 19

Sepia-toned images of African-American couple, encased in heart-shaped frames, c. 1920s
“The Flying Ace” (1926)

Bonner Sommerkino – Internationale Stummfilmtage Bonn     Bonn, Germany

THE FLYING ACE (1926) – 35m     August 13

“Muriel’s Wedding” (1994)

Music Box Theatre     Chicago, Illinois

MURIEL’S WEDDING (1994) – 35mm     August 27

RAW DEAL (1948) – 35mm     August 25


“Feel My Pulse” (1928)

Cinema Arts Centre     Huntington, New York

FEEL MY PULSE (1928) – 35mm     August 29

“Pillars of Society” (c. 1916)

Cinémathèque française     Paris, France

PILLARS OF SOCIETY (ca. 1916) – 35mm     August 31








  1. Hello there!
    Am really excited about this and also, to add to that i think this year’s Film loans from the Library of Congress were nice films.
    And again, i appreciate the good work that you have been doing since keep up with the good work okay thanks.

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