Double Feature

Darby O’Gill and the Little People (IB Tech Print)

Vibrant I.B. Technicolor 35mm Print!

The Quiet Man (IB Tech Print)

Vibrant I.B. Technicolor 35mm Print!

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Darby O’Gill and the Little People (IB Tech Print)

Darby O’Gill (Albert Sharpe) is the rascally old raconteur of Rathcullen, and though his tales seem tall, they’re about the littlest legends in Irish lore! A strapping young Dubliner named Michael (Sean Connery) is hired to replace Darby as caretaker of the Fitzpatrick estate, and soon falls in love with Darby’s beautiful daughter Katie (Janet Munro). While forces in the town attempt to disrupt life for Michael, Katie, and Darby, Darby must call upon his friendly rival for assistance, the leader of the leprechauns, King Brian (Jimmy O’Dea). Only together can they hope to maintain happiness and balance in their musical, magical town!

Darby O’Gill and the Little People is not only one of Disney’s best films, but is certainly one of the best fantasies ever put on film.” – Leonard Maltin

“Being a Disney product, it is as technically perfect a job as can be had: the Technicolor, the camera work, the special effects, the Irish music and all are a rich feast for anyone’s eye and ear.” – Charles Stinson, Los Angeles Times

Director
Robert Stevenson
Starring
Albert Sharpe, Janet Munro, Sean Connery, Jimmy O'Dea
Year
1959
Country
USA
Format
I.B. Technicolor 35mm
Running Time
93 minutes

The Quiet Man (IB Tech Print)

John Ford and John Wayne show their sweeter, more sentimental side in The Quiet Man and the result is one of their great masterpieces together. This sweeping romance was Ford’s tribute to the pastoral idyll of his family’s native Ireland. Yet even the lushly photographed Arcadian setting can barely contain the palpable passion shared by then real-life lovers Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. This star-crossed love story of an American ex-boxer and a fiery Irish maiden won Ford his fourth Best Director Oscar and also stands to prove: there will always be those who fight as hard as they love.

“As darlin’ a picture as we’ve seen this year.” – A.H. Weiler, The New York Times

“This is a robust romantic drama of a native-born’s return to Ireland. Director John Ford took cast and cameras to Ireland to tell the story against actual backgrounds.” – Variety

Director
John Ford
Starring
John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Barry Fitzgerald, Ward Bond, Victor McLaglen, Mildred Natwick, Francis Ford
Year
1952
Country
USA
Format
I.B. Technicolor 35mm
Running Time
129 minutes

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