Duck Soup Cinema: The Kid Brother
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Duck Soup Cinema: The Kid Brother

Sat, Oct 13

Capitol Theater: $50 - $60
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Sat 10/13/18 2:00 PM

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Sat 10/13/18 7:00 PM

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All Ages

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Add 2 PM show to Calendar 10/13/2018 02:00 PM 10/13/2018 04:00 PM America/Chicago Duck Soup Cinema: The Kid Brother This 1927 mystery with a touch of slapstick features silent screen giant Harold Lloyd as Harold Hickory, the clever, yet weakling son of a renowned local sheriff. When money entrusted to his dad goes missing, Harold suspects workers in a travelling carnival are con artists and springs into action to protect the family name. Organist: Clark Wilson Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overturecenter.org false MM/DD/YYYY
Add 7 PM show to Calendar 10/13/2018 07:00 PM 10/13/2018 09:00 PM America/Chicago Duck Soup Cinema: The Kid Brother This 1927 mystery with a touch of slapstick features silent screen giant Harold Lloyd as Harold Hickory, the clever, yet weakling son of a renowned local sheriff. When money entrusted to his dad goes missing, Harold suspects workers in a travelling carnival are con artists and springs into action to protect the family name. Organist: Clark Wilson Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overturecenter.org false MM/DD/YYYY


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This 1927 mystery with a touch of slapstick features silent screen giant Harold Lloyd as Harold Hickory, the clever, yet weakling son of a renowned local sheriff. When money entrusted to his dad goes missing, Harold suspects workers in a travelling carnival are con artists and springs into action to protect the family name.

Organist: Clark Wilson