Fay Wray & Robert Riskin Retrospective

March 22–April 28. Two famous names from Golden Age Hollywood — Fay Wray, the beauty that felled the beast in 1933's KING KONG, forever iconic as the screen's original "scream queen," and Robert Riskin, the screenwriter whose name is appended to many of director Frank Capra's most beloved films of the 1930s — were a married couple from 1942 until Riskin's death in 1955. Following the February publication of "Fay Wray and Robert Riskin: A Hollywood Memoir," written by the couple's daughter Victoria Riskin, herself an accomplished television writer-producer, we present a dual retrospective of these two Hollywood legends, featuring several key films from their respective filmographies.

Author Victoria Riskin will introduce select screenings. Copies of her book "Fay Wray and Robert Riskin: A Hollywood Memoir" will be available for sale and signing at these screenings.

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