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Vaudeville Kings and Queens of Hollywood Comedy

Frank Cullen of the American Vaudeville Museum Cinema Project returns with another fine collection of films from the Golden Age of Comedy. All are presented as double-features. First up is 1937's Way Out West starring Laurel & Hardy paired with 1933's Duck Soup starring The Marx Brothers. Next, it's the 1933 Mae West vehicle I'm No Angel paired with 1941's Abbot & Costello classic Hold That Ghost. The weeklong festival closes out with 1940's The Bank Dick starring W.C. Fields and 1941's groundbreaking all-out vaudeville extravaganza, Hellzapoppin'. Pick any double-feature you like, they're all essential viewing.
Times and listings are for Friday 8/17 through Thursday 8/23

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