…as in this THURSDAY Evening

L.Y.A.O. with others while they L.O.L. 

via a Classic Comedy Film Series by the PS International Film Society…

A Night at the Opera, 1935

at the Palm Springs Art Museum‘s Annenberg Theater

101 Museum Drive Palm Springs, CA

6:00pm !



The Marx Brothers take on high society: Two lovers who are both in opera are prevented from being together by the inability of the man to be accepted as an operatic tenor. Pulling several typical Marx Brothers’ stunts, they arrange for the normal tenor to be absent so that the young lover can get his chance.

About the Director:

Wood began his career as an actor,[1] and worked for Cecil B. De Mille as an assistant in 1915. A solo director by 1919, Wood worked throughout the 1920s directing some of Paramount Pictures‘s biggest stars, among them Gloria Swanson and Wallace Reid. He joinedMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1927, working with Marion DaviesClark GableMarie Dressler, and Jimmy Durante.[2] In the 1940s, Wood directed Ginger Rogers through her Oscar-winning performance in Kitty Foyle (1940).

At one point, he served as president of the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals.


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