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Movie begins at 7:30 p.m.

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Milwaukee film historian Dale Kuntz presents selections from his rare collection of classic films from the 30s and 40's.  Films are shown on 16mm, reel-to-reel film. Most of these cinematic treasures are not available on DVD so don't miss this opportunity to see these films in their original glory on the big screen.  Prior to each screening, Dale fascinates the audience with his knowledge of film history, giving the inside scoop on each film, including bizarre details about the stars and clues to help the audience spot little oddities that ended up in the film instead of on the cutting room floor.

2015 OnMilwaukee Interview with Dale Kuntz

2012 Shepherd Express Interview with Dale Kuntz

2012 Wisconsin Gazette article on Claudette Colbert Tribute & Dale Kuntz


Fall 2017

Sonja Henie – A Winter Olympics Festiva

2018 Winter Olympics will be held in South Korea, beginning in February. To celebrate the Olympics – we bring you films starring the most famous Olympic woman figure skating star… Sonja Henie! Born in Norway, she won her first World Champion Award at the age of 14. She won the Gold Medal in the Winter Olympics of 1928 – 1932, and 1936. The only woman figure skater to win three Gold Medals in three different years! Henie loved American movies ­and wanted to become a movie star. To this end, she formed her own ice show. This was the first Ice Ballet ever done in the world. She then brought her Ice Show to Los Angeles hoping to land a movie contract. After several offers for a cameo role, she signed with 20th Century-Fox Studios. She insisted on a story featuring her and to get top-billing. Darryl Zanuck agreed and signed her for $75,000 a picture! Halfway into production, Zanuck realized that the ice ballets were the heart of the film and wanted one more production number. Henie said yes, but it cost the studio another $25,000! Zanuck agreed and she became the highest paid actress I Hollywood. The film “One in a Million”, was a gigantic hit and brought two million dollars to the Studio. In the late 1930’s, she surpassed Shirley Temple as Fox’s leading star. 

One in a Million
Wednesday, Jan. 3rd
1936 / 95 mins
Sonja Henie, Don Aneche, Adolphe Menjou, The Ritz Brothers

Thin Ice
Wednesday, Jan.17th
1937 / 78 mins
Sonja Henie, Tyrone Power, Arthur Treacher, Joan Davis

My Lucky Star
Wednesday, Feb. 7th
1938 / 84 mins
Sonja Henie, Richard Greene, Cesar Romero, Buddy Ebsen, Joan Davis, Gypsy Rose Lee

Sun Valley Serenade
Wednesday, Feb. 21st
1941 / 86 mins
Sonja Henie, John Payne, Milton Berle, Glenn Miller & Orchestra

Wednesday, March 7th
1942 / 79 mins
Sonja Henie, John Payne, Jack Oakie, Sammy Kaye & His Orchestra

The Countress of Monte Cristo
Wednesday, March 21st
1948 / 77 mins 
Sonja Henie, Michael Kirby, Olga San Juan, Arthur Treacher





sun valley

from Sun Valley Serenade