Hollywood Goes to Postwar Europe

6/4/18 - 7/2/18

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Grandview Heights Public Library

1685 W. First Ave., Columbus, OH 43212


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Mondays, June 4-25, at 6:30 pm
Monday, July 2, at 6 pm
Following World War II, the war-torn and war-weary streets of Europe turned into location sets for several American films. Here are a few of the better ones:

06/04: A Foreign Affair (1948)
Jean Arthur, Marlene Dietrich, and John Lund star in this romantic comedy directed by Billy Wilder. 

06/11: The Search (1948) 
Montgomery Clift is an American soldier who helps a lost boy search for his mother on the streets of Berlin. Directed by Fred Zinnemann. 


06/18: Berlin Express (1948)
Assassination and suspense take to the rails as Merle Oberon and Robert Ryan board the title conveyance. 


06/25: MYSTERY TITLE (1949) (Call the library at 614-486-2951 for the answer.)
Howard Hawks directs Ann Sheridan and a cross-dressing Cary Grant in this screwball romantic comedy. 


07/02: Roman Holiday (1953)
Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck star in this royal romance directed by William Wyler.