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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (February 5-6, 2016)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

The following is a guest post by Jenny Paxson, an Administrative Assistant the Packard Campus. Friday, February 5, 2016 (7:30pm) Playhouse 90:  Requiem for a Heavyweight (CBS, 1956) If the Golden Age of Television can claim to have any gems in it, then surely this Rod Serling original is one of them. Originally aired October …

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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (January 29-31, 2016)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

The following is a guest post by Jenny Paxson, an Administrative Assistant at the Packard Campus. Friday, January 29 (7:30 p.m.) McCabe & Mrs. Miller (Warner Bros., 1971- R rated*) In Robert Altman’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller, the acclaimed director’s impressionistic style revises western events and characters in such a way that the film reflects …

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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (January 22-23, 2016)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

Friday, January 22 (7:30 p.m.) SILENT MOVIE DOUBLE FEATURE: A Fool There Was (Fox, 1915) The phenomenal success of A Fool There Was set off a publicity campaign unparalleled at the time centering on its star, an unknown actress bearing the exotic name of Theda Bara. Based on a Rudyard Kipling poem and a subsequent …

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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

The following is a guest post by Jenny Paxson, an Administrative Assistant at the Packard Campus. Thursday, January 14 (7:30 p.m.) A SELECTION OF SOUND SHORTS FROM THE NATIONAL FILM REGISTRY In addition to the better-known Hollywood features on the National Film Registry, a surprising number of short subjects are included among the 675 titles …

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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (January 8-9, 2016)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

The following is a guest post by Jenny Paxson, an Administrative Assistant at the Packard Campus. Friday, January 8 (7:30 p.m.) THE IRON HORSE (Fox Film, 1924) John Ford’s epic Western The Iron Horse established his reputation as one of Hollywood’s most accomplished directors. Intended by Fox studios to rival Paramount’s 1923 epic The Covered …

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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (December 17-19, 2015)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

The following is a guest post by Jenny Paxson, an Administrative Assistant at the Packard Campus. Thursday, December 17 (7:30 p.m.) We’re No Angels (Paramount, 1955) Humphrey Bogart, Aldo Ray and Peter Ustinov play three escaped inmates from Devil’s Island who concoct a plan to steal from a shopkeeper on Christmas. Their plans change when …

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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (December 10-12, 2015)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

The following is a guest post by Jenny Paxson, an Administrative Assistant at the Packard Campus. Thursday, December 10 (7:30 p.m.) The Lemon Drop Kid (Paramount, 1951) Bob Hope stars as The Lemon Drop Kid, a small-time New York City swindler who is illegally touting horses at a racetrack. When he accidentally cheats a notorious …

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Now Playing at the Packard Campus Theater (December 3-5, 2015)

Posted by: Cary O’Dell

The following is a guest post by Jenny Paxson , an Administrative Assistant at the Packard Campus. Thursday, December 3 (7:30 p.m.) Love Actually (Universal, 2003 – R-rated *) The intertwining stories of more than twenty characters in London, England, are followed during the busy month leading up to Christmas in this romantic comedy written …