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Close-up on face of star Dolores Del Rio reading book on lobby card for film
"Ramona" (1928)

Film Loans from the Library of Congress — September 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.

Sepia-toned lobby card for film combining black and white photo with pencil sketch of Dix and co-star
“Red Skin” (1929)


Museum of Modern Art     New York, New York

REDSKIN (1929), 35mm     September 1

Dramatic images of suited gunmen and charging police
“Crime Wave” (1954)

Chicago Film Society     Chicago, Illinois

CRIME WAVE (1954), 35mm     September 6

Dolore Del Rio sits opposite co-star Warner Baxter in still from film. Del Rio in pigtails
“Ramona” (1928)

Autry Museum of the American West     Los Angeles, California

RAMONA (1928), digital     September 9

Military images and Oscar statue on dramatic lobby card for film
“All Quiet on the Western Front” (1930)

Cleveland Cinematheque     Cleveland, Ohio

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (1930), 35mm     September 9

Film title in flames with illustration of firefighter rescuing a woman on the far right side
“The Fire Brigade” (1927)

Somerville Theatre     Somerville, Massachusetts

THE FIRE BRIGADE (1927), 35mm     September 10

Stan and Ollie illustration with standing around broken down jalopy
“Two Tars” (1928)

Film Forum     New York, New York

TWO TARS (1928), 35mm    September 10

Black top hat at center of poster with dancing figures of Astaire and Rogers on each side
“Top Hat” (1935)

Film Scene     Iowa City, Iowa

TOP HAT (1935), 35mm    September 11

Noir-ish images of man in trench coat holding gun and leading ladies superimposed on poster in each corner
“Raw Deal” (1948)

Redford Theatre     Detroit, Michigan

RAW DEAL (1948), 35mm     September 22

Colorful typography and head-shot of silent film star Beatriz Michelena
“Salomy Jane” (1914)

Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum     Freemont, California

SALOMY JANE (1914), 35mm     September 29

THE LAST EDITION (1925) , 35mm     September 30



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