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ALL ABOUT EVE/THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER Synopsis

ALL ABOUT EVE, 1950, 20th Century Fox, 138 min. Seemingly timid fan Eve ingratiates herself into Broadway mega-star Bette Davis’ inner circle. Eve wastes no time stealing Davis’ spotlight and man, but Davis takes nothing lying down. [35mm]<br><br> THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, 1942, Warner Bros., 112 min. Dir. William Keighley. In this wonderful comedy Monty Woolley is an acid-tongued New York critic and radio commentator who breaks his leg after slipping on ice in front of an upper-class Ohio family’s home. Forced to remain immobile while he recuperates, he takes over the household during the holidays, bringing in his secretary (Bette Davis) who promptly falls for a local newspaperman (Richard Travis). When Woolley begins to realize he may lose his prized assistant, he calls in sexy actress friend Ann Sheridan to put the moves on the object of Davis’ affection. [35mm]

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