Office of University Relations
SDSM& T News
501 E. St. Joseph Street • Rapid City, SD 57701- 3995
Phone: ( 605) 394- 6082/ 2554 • Fax: ( 605) 394- 6177
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 20, 2001
Steve Buchholz, Public Information Manager, 394- 6082
See The World During Nostalgia Night Series
Hawaii. England. Tibet. Japan. You’ll travel there and elsewhere during the Friends of
the Devereaux Library’s 2002 Nostalgia Night Film Series, “ See the World Upon the
Silver Screen.” The series of 10 films that take place in exotic locales begins Jan. 13.
The Elks Theatre in downtown Rapid City will show the films at 6 p. m. each Sunday
starting Jan. 13. Ticket books are now on sale for $ 30 each at the Devereaux Library on
the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology campus, at the Elks Theatre and at
Prince & Pauper. Individual tickets for each movie will be available at the door the
evening of the film, but only if seats remain. Those tickets cost $ 4.50 each.
Nostalgia Night 2002 begins with “ The Great Race.” Starring Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis
and Natalie Wood, the 1965 classic is a hilarious story about a trip around the world.
Stars such as Robert Mitchum, Jane Wyatt and Sean Connery will guide you during the
rest of the cinematic trips.
“ The Friends of the Devereaux Library chooses themes that include a variety of films,
genres, years and performers,” Tech spokesman Steve Buchholz said.
The Friends of the Devereaux Library uses all the money raised to benefit the campus
library. Past projects include the library’s downtime area where students can sit in
comfortable furniture to read or study, as well as the library’s video and compact disc
“ The money allows the library to purchase things outside normal funding,” Buchholz
said. “ Without the money from the series, these things wouldn’t exist at all.”
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Nostalgia Night 2002: “ See the World Upon the Silver Screen”
January 13 Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood race around the world in this
hilarious 1965 classic, “ The Great Race.” Sponsored by TSP.
January 20 Cary Grant and Grace Kelly escort you to the French Riviera in Alfred
Hitchcock’s 1956 masterpiece, “ To Catch a Thief.” Sponsored by South
Dakota Concrete Products and GCC Dacotah.
January 27 Join Robert Donat and Greer Garson in northern England for the
memorable 1939 feature, “ Goodbye, Mr. Chips.” Sponsored by US Bank,
Dean Kurtz Construction and SDSM& T Foundation.
February 3 Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum invite you down under in the 1960
tale of Australia, “ The Sundowners.” Sponsored by American State Bank.
February 10 Joan Crawford and Fred MacMurray escort you through Europe as they
spend their honeymoon on a spy mission in “ Above Suspicion,” a 1943
comedy/ thriller. Sponsored by Pet Pantry.
February 17 Elvis Presley ends the winter blahs in 1961’ s, “ Blue Hawaii.” Sponsored by
Dave Schmidt Insurance, Ketel Thorstenson, and United Corporation.
February 24 Journey to Tibet with Ronald Colman and Jane Wyatt and indulge yourself
in the renowned 1937 film, “ Lost Horizon.” Sponsored by Lynn, Jackson,
Shultz and Lebrun, PC.
March 3 Sean Connery leads you to Japan in one of James Bond’s greatest
adventures. This 1967 treat, “ You Only Live Twice,��� will surely bring back
special memories. Sponsored by RESPEC
March 10 Let Irene Dunne transport you back to another time and place in “ The
White Cliffs of Dover,” a spectacular 1944 feature. You’ll meet Roddy
McDowell, Peter Lawford, and Dame May Whitty. Sponsored by Aurora
Creative Solutions and National American University.
March 17 Cavort with John Wayne and Lee Marvin on a Pacific Island in the 1961
comedy, “ Donovan’s Reef.” Sponsored by Wells Fargo, SDSM& T Alumni
Association and Brink Electric Construction.
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