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Thursday, November 25, 2010

STEVE HAYES: Tired Old Queen at the Movies

In his Oscar winning Best Picture "The Apartment" (1960), director Billy Wilder guides Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine through this brilliantly funny satire of the seedier and sexier side of corporate life in the "Big City". Filled with all the style, sex, cynicism and wit that is classic Wilder and that made "Some Like It Hot" the hottest ticket in town, "The Apartment" is also one of the great romantic films of the '60's. Along with Lemmon and MacLaine in career defining roles, it also features Fred MacMurray, breaking from his good guy image to play a corporate snake, Edie Adams as his world weary secretary, Jack Kruschen in an Oscar nominated performance as Lemmon's beleaguered neighbor and Ray Walston as one of his many colleagues who uses Lemmon's apartment for his romantic trysts. "The Apartment" is a smart, sexy and often hilarious example of the right people, in the right roles, with the right director, doing it right.

"MOISTY THE SNOWMAN SAVES CHRISTMAS" brings Ho-Ho-Holiday Hilarity to Dixon Place for four nights only.

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Friday, December 3rd @9:30pm
Saturday, December 4th @9:30pm
Friday, December 10th @ 9:30pm
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