Chicago, IL: Feel My Pulse (Gregory LaCava, 1928)

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Chicago, IL: Feel My Pulse (Gregory LaCava, 1928)

PostMon Jun 04, 2018 2:18 pm

Saturday, June 16 at 11:30am
at
The Music Box Theatre
3733 N Southport Ave
Chicago, IL

FEEL MY PULSE
A FILM BY: GREGORY LA CAVA
WRITTEN BY: NICHOLAS T. BARROWS, GEORGE MARION JR.
STARRING: BEBE DANIELS, RICHARD ARLEN, WILLIAM POWELL

Co-presented by Chicago Film Society

Bebe Daniels began her acting career at the age of seven; by fourteen, she was a frequent co-star of Harold Lloyd and by the end of the silent era, Daniels had become a star and accomplished comedienne in her own right. This rollicking comedy that offers Daniels a wonderful showcase for knockabout antics and subtler character work. Hypochondriac heiress Daniels to an island sanitarium where everything is not as it seems. The doctor (William Powell) is really a bootlegger in disguise and all the attendants, save for undercover reporter Richard Arlen, are lieutenants in his rum-running army. You'll never look at surgical equipment the same way again.

Preservation Print courtesy of the Library of Congress

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Production Year: 1928
Country of Origin: United States
Language: English

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