Events at the Library of Congress

Previous date Saturday February 11, 2023 Previous date

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    The Love Bug (Disney, 1968)

    Saturday
    February 11, 2023
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
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    Packard Campus Theater
    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "The Love Bug (Disney, 1968)." In 1968, America had just the past year experienced “the Summer of Love” and amore was on everyone’s mind. “Make love, not war” was the motto, and even automobiles got in the act. Herbie the Love Bug stars. Make sure to wear your love beads and...
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    Women in Love (United Artists, 1969)

    Saturday
    February 11, 2023
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
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    Packard Campus Theater
    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "Women in Love (United Artists, 1969)." Two friends fall in love with two very different sisters, to equally different results. Ken Russell directed, with Alan Bates and Oliver Reed as the two friends, and Glenda Jackson and Jennie Linden as the sisters. Color, 132 minutes. Rated R.

Previous date Friday February 17, 2023 Previous date

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    To Sir, with Love (Columbia, 1967)

    Friday
    February 17, 2023
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
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    Packard Campus Theater
    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "To Sir, with Love (Columbia, 1967)." Sidney Poitier portrays a somewhat reluctant teacher who cares so much for his students, that they fall in love with him. A feeling he feels in response. Lulu sings the theme song and it nails the mood of the film. Color, 105 minutes.

Previous date Saturday February 18, 2023 Previous date

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    Love (MGM, 1927)

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    February 18, 2023
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
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    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "Love (MGM, 1927)." What says love, at leat on the silver screen, more than Greta Garbo and John Gilbert? A story that shows us sometimes love makes us do the wrong things. Also Laurel & Hardy in Love’ Em & Weep (Hal Roach-Pathe, 1927). Black & White, 82 + 18 minutes....
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    Love in the Afternoon (Warner-Columbia, 1972)

    Saturday
    February 18, 2023
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
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    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "Love in the Afternoon (Warner-Columbia, 1972)." Director Eric Rohmer’s tale of a happily married man that still dreams of other women, but dream becomes reality. Color,97 minutes. Rated R.

Previous date Friday February 24, 2023 Previous date

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    Punch-Drunk Love (Sony, 2002)

    Friday
    February 24, 2023
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
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    Packard Campus Theater
    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "Punch-Drunk Love (Sony, 2002)." Love can be less than hearts and flowers, and is often complicated. Adam Sandler takes a more serious posture, with Emily Watson and Philip Seymour Hoffman also featured, Color, 95 minutes. Rated R.

Previous date Saturday February 25, 2023 Previous date

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    Mad Love (MGM, 1935)

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    February 25, 2023
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
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    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "Mad Love (MGM, 1935)." Love can make you do the worst things, and no more so than with a demented surgeon engaging in bizarre surgery to push a woman from her husband into his own arms. Peter Lorre is the twisted doctor. Also Freshman Love (Warner Bros, 1931). Black & White,...
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    Dr. Strangelove (Columbia, 1963)

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    February 25, 2023
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
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    Join us at the Packard Campus Theater for a showing of the film, "Dr. Strangelove (Columbia, 1963)." An odd (say strange) look at the Cold War and how many truly enjoyed the Cold War. Stars Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, Peter Sellers, Sterling Hayden and Peter Sellers. Black & White, 95 minutes. Added to the National Film Registry in 1989.