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( November 30, 1998)
SDSM& T DEVEREAUX LIBRARY 5th ANNUAL “ NOSTALGIA NIGHT” FILM SERIES TO FEATURE WORKS OF GREAT MOVIE DIRECTORS
The Friends of the Devereaux Library “ Nostalgia Night 1999” Film Series will feature the works of great movie directors such as John Ford, Otto Preminger, John Huston, Francis Ford Coppola and several others. The 1999 series marks the fifth year of the popular film series offering movie classics on the big screen in the historic Elks Theatre.
With support from the Elks Theatre and several local sponsors, the Friends of the Devereaux Library will host “ Nostalgia Night 1999— Lights! Camera! Action!” for ten consecutive Sunday evenings beginning January 10 and running through March 14, 1999. All shows begin at 6: 00 p. m. preceded by the drawing for door prizes
The ten films in the 1999 film series, their directors, the dates they will be shown, and the local sponsors include the following:
The Mouse That Roared, Jack Arnold, January 10, Pet Pantry
Mister Roberts, John Ford and Mervyn LeRoy, January 17, RE/ SPEC and Brink Electric Construction
Laura, Otto Preminger, January 24, SDSM& T Alumni Association
An American In Paris, Vincente Minnelli, January 31, SDSM& T Foundation
Giant, George Stevens, February 7, United Corporation and TSP
My Favorite Wife, Garson Kanin, February 14, Hills Material Company
The Man Who Would be King, John Huston, February 21, National American University and Aurora Creative Solutions
Finian’s Rainbow, Francis Ford Coppola, February 28, Dacotah Cement and Dean Kurtz Construction
Gaslight, George Cukor, March 7; Lynn, Jackson, Shultz and Lebrun, P. C.
How the West Was Won, John Ford and Henry Hathaway, March 14, Friends of the Devereaux Library
Ticket booklets for all ten films cost $ 30 and are available at the Prince & Pauper Book Shop, Book & Company, the Elks Theatre, and the SDSM& T Devereaux Library. Proceeds from the film series are used to support programs and resources at the Devereaux Library. For additional information, call the Devereaux Library at 394- 1262.
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