SNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES
USA, 1961, Walter Lang
What was it like to make a movie with Larry, Curly-Joe, and Moe? Saturday Jan 5
, Olympic gold medal-winning figure skater Carol Heiss Jenkins tells us. A year after triumphing at the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Olympics, Heiss Jenkins played an ice-skating Snow White (her only film role) in this lavish fantasy in which the Three Stooges substituted for the seven dwarfs. Shot in color and Cinemascope, with five songs and two ice-ballets, this was the most expensive and elaborate Stooges production ever made; the new 35mm print we will show comes from the 20th Century Fox studio archive.
Carol Heiss Jenkins will answer audience questions after the screening. 107 min. Kids 12 & under $5.
Show Times Jan 05 (Sat) - 7:00PM
CLEVELAND'S ALTERNATIVE FILM THEATRE
The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque, founded in 1986, presents movies in the CIA's 616-seat, 35mm and SR stereo-equipped Russell B. Aitken Auditorium. Videotapes and 16mm films are sometimes shown in the CIA's 100-seat Ohio Bell Auditorium. Both are located within the Institute's Gund Building at the corner of East Boulevard and Bellflower Road in University Circle. Free, lighted parking is available in the adjacent CIA lot, located on the north and east sides of the building off of East Blvd. (see map at right). Entrance to the building is through the rear door, just off the parking lot and only steps from your car. Smoking is not permitted in the Institute. Our facilities are fully accessible to the physically challenged.January - February 2008 Schedule of Events