The Clock (1945) will be shown this evening on a big screen at the New York Historical Society, introduced by Adam Gopnik and Richard Brody. I have theatre plans (at a New York theatre above 34th Street — think good thoughts for the downtown theatres still closed due to the Hurricane Sandy aftermath, everyone) so will not be able to attend.
I do love this movie and to see it on the big screen and in the New York City in which it is set, is really a grand treat. Some musings after a big screen viewing during last year’s Summer of Garland screenings at the Walter Reade and the Paley Center.
Image here of course features Robert Walker and Judy Garland in a production still.