Duck Soup Cinema: Good References
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Good References

Duck Soup Cinema

Sat, Jan 11, 2020

Capitol Theater: $3 - $9

Sat 01/11/20 2:00 PM

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Add 2 PM Show to Calendar 01/11/2020 02:00 PM 01/11/2020 04:00 PM America/Chicago Duck Soup Cinema: Good References Good References is an American silent romantic comedy drama released in 1920. Actress Constance Talmadge plays Mary Wayne who lives in New York City and she must find a job in a hurry. She assumes the identity a friend she met at an employment agency is soon a secretary for a socialite. The son of the socialite Bill Marshall (Vincent Coleman) has no interest in his mother’s parties and soon begins to fall in love with Mary. Preserved by the UCLA Film & Television Archive. Preservation funded by The Packard Humanities Institute, Barbara Roisman Cooper and Martin M. Cooper. Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overturecenter.org false MM/DD/YYYY
Add 7 PM Show to Calendar 01/11/2020 07:00 PM 01/11/2020 09:00 PM America/Chicago Duck Soup Cinema: Good References Good References is an American silent romantic comedy drama released in 1920. Actress Constance Talmadge plays Mary Wayne who lives in New York City and she must find a job in a hurry. She assumes the identity a friend she met at an employment agency is soon a secretary for a socialite. The son of the socialite Bill Marshall (Vincent Coleman) has no interest in his mother’s parties and soon begins to fall in love with Mary. Preserved by the UCLA Film & Television Archive. Preservation funded by The Packard Humanities Institute, Barbara Roisman Cooper and Martin M. Cooper. Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overturecenter.org false MM/DD/YYYY


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Good References is an American silent romantic comedy drama released in 1920. Actress Constance Talmadge plays Mary Wayne, who lives in New York City and must find a job in a hurry. She assumes the identity of a friend she met at an employment agency and is soon a secretary for a socialite. The son of the socialite, Bill Marshall (Vincent Coleman), has no interest in his mother’s parties and soon begins to fall in love with Mary. Preserved by the UCLA Film & Television Archive. Preservation funded by The Packard Humanities Institute, Barbara Roisman Cooper and Martin M. Cooper.

Organist: Clark Wilson

Learn more about female pioneers in film with displays from the Society of American Archivists – Student Chapter and Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research in the lobby before the show.

Overture’s Duck Soup Cinema silent film series is nationally known for providing an authentic and rare silent film experience in the historic Capitol Theater, which celebrated its 90th anniversary in January 2018. As these films were released nearly a century ago, please be aware they may depict some of the theatric and social conventions of the time including material that may be considered socially insensitive today.