The Silent Treatment, Cinefamily’s monthly showcase for underseen gems of the silent era, presents William Wellman’s You Never Know Women on a 35mm print from the Library of Congress at 2 p.m. Sandwiched between his earlier Westerns (The Vagabond Trail) and his later gangster/war pictures (The Public Enemy, Wings), this early rom-com stars Florence Vidor as one third of a love triangle with roots in the circus. Wellman was a true craftsman of Hollywood’s Golden Era, and if films like Safe in Hell are any indication, the less well-known entries in his filmography are well worth digging into. Avail yourself of more information at

Sat., Jan. 10, 2-4 p.m., 2015
(Expired: 01/10/15)

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