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Vibrant color depictions of Astaire and Rogers with giant black top hats behind them.
"Top Hat" (1935)

Film Loans from the Library of Congress — April 2024

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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.

Angled image of leads emrbacing across green background.
“Hallelujah!” (1929)

 

Academy Museum of the Moving Image   Los Angeles, California

HALLELUJAH! (1929), 35mm   April 1

https://www.academymuseum.org/en/programs/detail/hallelujah-with-safe-in-hell-018cf5e3-d6da-1de7-1d56-68bd44978ef4

Vibrant color depictions of Astaire and Rogers with giant black top hats behind them.
“Top Hat” (1935)

Arsenal Institut für film und videokunst e.V.   Berlin, Germany

TOP HAT (1935), 35mm   April 1 + 13

THE GAY DIVORCEE (1934), 35mm   April 2 + 11

DESIGN FOR LIVING (1933), 35mm   April 3 + 16

https://www.arsenal-berlin.de/en/cinema/film-series/glorious-sidekick-edward-everett-horton/

Multi-color lettering and one photo from film
“When the Earth Trembled” (1913)

 

Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum   Fremont, California

WHEN THE EARTH TREMBLED (1913), 35mm   April 6

https://nilesfilmmuseum.org/?tv=6176182645293056

Three B&W images from film
“The Lady” (1925)

San Francisco Silent Film Festival   San Francisco, California

THE LADY (1925), DCP   April 11

https://silentfilm.org/event/the-lady/

Rosalind Russell and heads of co-stars for film against a yellow backdrop
“Craig’s Wife” (1936)

 

Kino REX   Berne, Switzerland

CRAIG’S WIFE (1936), 35mm   April 12, 20, 28

https://www.rexbern.ch/filme/craig-s-wife

Striking illusrations of four film leads--Bette Davis in lower right corner
“Three On a Match” (1932)

 

35mm Film Festival   Ambler, Pennsylvania

THREE ON A MATCH (1932), 35mm   April 13

THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939), 35mm   April 13

THE NAKED CITY (1948), 35mm   April 13

https://amblertheater.org/films/wizard-of-oz

B&W photo of man approaching baby sitting on a rooftop
“Flaming Flappers” (1925)

 

Music Box Theatre   Chicago, Illinois

FLAMING FLAPPERS (1925), 35mm   April 13

PADLOCKED (1929), 35mm   April 13

https://musicboxtheatre.com/films-and-events/padlocked

Faniciful illustrations--1920s inspired--of flappers and roadsters
“Bare Knees” (1928)

Atlas Performing Arts Center   Washington, DC

BARE KNEES (1928), digital   April 14

https://www.atlasarts.org/events/bare-knees/

B&W image of man playing trombone with more men sitting ona bench behind
“Titicut Follies” (1967)

American Cinematheque   Los Angeles, California

TITCUT FOLLIES (1967), 35mm   April 14

https://www.americancinematheque.com/now-showing/titicut-follies-4-14-24/

Betty Hutton, rifle aloft, sands among red background and western illustrations
“Annie Get Your Gun” (1950)

 

TCM Classic Film Festival   Los Angeles, California

ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (1950), 35mm nitrate print   April 18-21, 2024

THE MAD MISS MANTON (1938), 35mm   April 18-21, 2024

https://filmfestival.tcm.com/programs/

Image of pistol-packing Clara Bow aims towards illustrated image of dapper man
“Get Your Man” (1927)

Cinema Arts Centre   Huntington, New York

GET YOUR MAN (1927), 35mm   April 26

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