- Sat-Sun, August 18-19 at NoonDir. Busby Berkeley, USA, 1949, 93 min., NR, Archival 35mm Print
Here's one ball game you can't afford to miss. Under the direction of Busby Berkeley, Gene Kelly joins forces with Frank Sinatra as a talented double-play combination who, when they aren't throwing out base runners for team owner Esther Williams, double as vaudeville's best musical act. With Kelly tap dancing and Ol' Blue Eyes balladeering, this grand-slam flick covers every base, including Kelly’s tribute to his Irish heritage in The Hat My Father Wore on St. Patrick's Day routine.
This series would not be possible without the generous support of Nina and H.G. Webb.
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|TOUCH OF EVIL|
|TOUCH OF EVIL: Introduction from Lutz Koepnick professor of German, cinema and media arts at Vanderbilt University (9:15pm) |