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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 4, 2000
JAMES DEAN RETURNS TO THE ELKS THEATRE
The Friends of the SDSM& T Devereaux Library will feature the first film of the Nostalgia Night 2000 film series this Sunday evening January 9 with the 1955 classic, Rebel Without a Cause. The showing of the movie begins at 6: 00 pm at the Elks Theatre and is sponsored by ReSpec.
Rebel Without a Cause features James Dean appearing in his most famous role as the troubled teen, Jim Stark. In addition to propelling Dean into stardom, the film presented Natalie Wood in her first adult role and launched the careers of Sal Mineo and Dennis Hopper. Rebel Without a Cause was first released in October 1955 less than a month after Dean's untimely death. It has become one of the twentieth century’s most popular and respected films.
Rebel Without a Cause is the first in a series of 10 films to be presented at the Elks Theatre. Films will be shown each Sunday evening at 6: 00 p. m. Ticket booklets for the entire series are available at Prince & Pauper Book Shop, Book & Co., Elks Theatre, and the Devereaux Library at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Individual admission to movies will be available on a space available basis at the door.
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