It’s a Date At The Yuba Theatre August 14, 2015

Showtime is Friday, August. 14, 2015 at 7:30 PM

First movie shown at the Yuba Theatre 75 yrs ago on Aug. 20, 1940.  Come join us to celebrate. Period dress encouraged or wear your Hawaiian togs, movie was filmed in Hawaii!

Director: William Seiter  Writers: Norman Krasna (screenplay), Jane Hall (original story)

Starring: Deanna Durbin, Kay Francis, Walter Pidgeon

In It’s a Date, the teenage diva Deanna Durbin is cast as Pamela Drake, the daughter of celebrated stage actress Georgia Drake (Kay Francis). Hoping to find success as an actress herself, Pamela energetically lobbies for the role of the maid in an upcoming play based on the life of St. Bernadette — a role that has already been given to Georgia. When those conducting the auditions hear Pamela’s singing, however, they quickly change their mind and offer the part to her. The rivalry between Pamela and Georgia intensifies when both fall in love with handsome middle-ager John Arlen (Walter Pidgeon). Innumerable complications follow, leading to a happy ending for both mother and daughter, though not quite the ending that either one had in mind. Deanna Durbin’s musical repertoire this time out includes “Musetta’s Street Song” from La Bohème, “Loch Lomond,” “Love Is All,” and a curious climactic rendition of “Ave Maria.”
 
Suggested donation $5.00
 

 

Posted In Categories: 2015, Movie Nights, Past Events, Yuba Theatre

This event is produced by the Sierra County Arts Council, State-Local Partner of the California Arts Council.

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