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The Clock (1945)

Presented by Cleveland Institute of Art and The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque at The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque, Cleveland OH

Jul 30 - 31 2022
The Clock (1945)

Judy Garland’s first non-musical film, directed by her future husband Vincente Minnelli, is a winning wartime love story in which a Manhattan office worker has a has a whirlwind romance with a small-town GI on 48-hour leave in NYC.

USA, 1945, Vincente Minnelli

Judy Garland’s follow-up to Meet Me in St. Louis was her first non-musical film, also directed by her future husband Vincente Minnelli. The Clock is a winning and well-regarded wartime love story in which a Manhattan office worker (Garland) has a whirlwind romance with a small-town GI (Robert Walker) on 48-hour leave in NYC. Produced by MGM’s screen-musical impresario Arthur Freed, this beautifully designed movie was actually shot on studio sets, not on

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ADMISSION INFO

Admission is $10; members, CIA & CSU I.D. holders, and those age 25 & under $7.
Advance tickets advised.

Important Covid requirement. All Cinematheque moviegoers must wear a mask for the duration of their visit. Learn more under the “Face Coverings” section at cia.edu/covid. As a reminder, filmgoers can park for free in Lot 73 and in the Institute’s annex lot and should enter CIA via nearby Entrance C. Click here for a map.

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The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque

11610 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106

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