The Aero continues its 75th-anniversary festivities starting at 7:30 with The Lady Eve and The Palm Beach Story, two Preston Sturges comedies from the early 1940s. A key influence on the Coen brothers (who even named O Brother, Where Art Thou? after one of his films-within-a-film), Sturges was one of the most intuitive directors of Hollywood’s Golden Age. These two screwball comedies, both of which feature his characteristically rapid-fire dialogue, are among his most revered.
Fri., Feb. 6, 7:30-11:30 p.m., 2015
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