- THE BANK DICK 2:35
- ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN 1:00
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1940, Edward Cline) Fields’ Edgar Souse (pronounced “soo-ZAY”) accidentally foils a bank robbery and becomes a local hero — but not to contemptuous daughter Una Merkel, her simpering beau “Og Oggilby,” and prissy bank examiner Franklin Pangborn. Approx. 74 min. 35mm.
“Fields’ talents were never so resplendently on display.”
– David Shipman
"Probably Fields' best film."
– Roger Ebert
"Fiendishly funny and incisive.
Ranks high among the best comedies (and best movies) ever made."
– James Agee
(1948, Charles Barton) Formula for boffo box office: team Universal’s powerhouse comedy duo with its horror franchises, as Bela Lugosi’s Dracula decides Lou’s brain is what he needs for Frankenstein’s monster. Approx. 83 min. 35mm.