Pittsburgh, PA: CITY LIGHTS (1931)

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Pittsburgh, PA: CITY LIGHTS (1931)

Unread post by silentfilm » Thu Jan 31, 2008 1:42 pm

http://pghfilmmakers.org/exhibition/upc ... citylights

Feb 1 – 3 at Regent Square:
City Lights – NEW PRINT!
In City Lights we can see the invention and humanity that coexist in his films." – Roger Ebert

Produced during the early days of talking pictures, yet enhanced only by music and sound effects, City Lights was Charlie Chaplin's greatest achievement as actor, composer and director. The Little Tramp loves a blind flower girl who thinks he's a millionaire, and to help her, he needs the assistance of a real millionaire who only recognizes him when he’s tipsy. This comic and emotional masterpiece builds to an unforgettable finish. (Charlie Chaplin; USA; 1931; 86 min)

1035 South Braddock Ave
Edgewood, PA 15218
412-682-4111 (showtimes hotline)

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