We are pleased to announce that after over three months of closure and much thoughtful preparation, the Charles Allis Art Museum is now open to the general public. Our staff did not make this decision to reopen lightly, and we continue to follow the guidelines of health authorities closely to ensure our visitors and our staff can safely enjoy their visit.  Admission will be by online reservation only. Tickets may be purchased by visiting our Plan Your Visit page. More information on health and safety guidelines for your visit will be provided when registering. We look forward to seeing you again soon at the museum! 

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7

Aug

Hello, Frisco, Hello

August 7, 2019 | 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO
1943 / 98 mins. / Color
Alice Faye, John Payne, Jack Oakie, Gary Merrill, June Havoc, Laird Cregar, Lynn Bari

Alice, John, Jack and June all start out at Sharkey’s tavern and become famous with Alice leaving for Broadway and London. When John goes high-brow with Nob Hill, he loses everything and only Alice can help with his come-back. 13 Wonderful old songs and one new one, the Academy winner, You’ll Never Know – which became Alice’s signature songs.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the film begins at 7:30 p.m.

Movie Time's Summer Schedule: A Tribute to Alice Faye

MGM had Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy, Universal had Deanna Durbin, RKO had Ginger Rogers but 20th Century-Fox had ALICE FAYE! Alice was Fox’s top star and Darryl F. Zanuck’s favorite star. She began as a singer with Rudy Vallee’s Band. When the band went to Hollywood to make a film of George White’s Scandals, a long running string of Broadway reviews, Alice was hired as a singer. When leading lady Lillian Harvey backed out of the deal, Vallee suggested that Alice be given the role. Thusly, she was a star in her first film and was offered a seven-year contract. At first Fox tried to make her another Jean Harlow. They bleached her already blonde hair and penciled in her eyebrows. When Harlow died, Fox no longer needed an imitation. Director Howard King took Alice under his wing and allowed her natural hair to grow out as well as her natural eyebrows. He then cast her In In Old Chicago and the Alice Faye we know and love was born. Her next film, Alexander's Ragtime Band (June 5th) made her a super-star and Fox’s leading lady in the 1930’s and early 1940’s. Hit after hit followed. Until her retirement from the screen to take care of her daughters, she remained a favorite with audience and critics. We are proud to present one of the truly great musical stars in film history.

Stowaway - May 15
Alexander's Ragtime Band - June 5
Lillian Russell – June 19
The Great American Broadcast – July 3
That Night In Rio – July 17
Hello, Frisco, Hello – August 7