Duck Soup Cinema: Why Worry
Presented By Overture Center • Duck Soup Cinema

Duck Soup Cinema

Why Worry

Sat, Oct 17

Capitol Theater
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Sat 10/17/20 2:00 PM

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Sat 10/17/20 7:00 PM

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Running Time:

Vaudeville performances + 63-minute film

Notices:

All Ages

Add to Calendar – 2 PM 10/17/2020 02:00 PM 10/17/2020 04:00 PM America/Chicago Duck Soup Cinema: Why Worry This is a wonderful film with Harold Lloyd portraying a wealthy and spoiled young man who is so obsessed with his health that he decides he needs to take a cruise to a southern climate and stay in “Paradiso,” a fictitious South American island off the cost of Chile. He goes there with his nurse and valet. He thought he would find peace, but stumbles into a revolution instead. capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overture.org false MM/DD/YYYY
Add to Calendar – 7 PM 10/17/2020 07:00 PM 10/17/2020 09:00 PM America/Chicago Duck Soup Cinema: Why Worry This is a wonderful film with Harold Lloyd portraying a wealthy and spoiled young man who is so obsessed with his health that he decides he needs to take a cruise to a southern climate and stay in “Paradiso,” a fictitious South American island off the cost of Chile. He goes there with his nurse and valet. He thought he would find peace, but stumbles into a revolution instead. Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overture.org false MM/DD/YYYY


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In this wonderful 1923 film, Harold Lloyd portrays a wealthy and spoiled young man who is so obsessed with his health that he decides he needs to take a cruise to a southern climate and stay in “Paradiso,” a fictitious South American island off the cost of Chile. He goes there with his nurse and valet. He thought he would find peace, but stumbles into a revolution instead.

Organist: Jelani Eddington

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.