Triple-bill of classic Hollywood films. Adapted from the celebrated novel by W. Somerset Maugham, 'Of Human Bondage' (1934) stars Leslie Howard as a disillusioned medical student trying to extricate himself from a destructive relationship with Mildred (Bette Davis), a working-class waitress he considers beneath him. Screwball comedy 'Behave Yourself' (1951) features Shelley Winters as a newly-married wife who adopts a stray dog, only to find that the dog is being used by an underworld gang as a courier and that the gang want him back. 'Home Town Story' (1951) features an early appearance from Marilyn Monroe, in a story about a journalist investigating big business in his old home town.
Betty Davis 'A Human Bondage' (1934 Black & white) Having unsuccessfully tried his hand at painting in Paris, Philip Carey (Leslie Howard) returns to home to London despite his club foot, Philip overcomes his awkwardness and purses a medical career. Still in medical school, he becomes obsessed with gruff cockney waitress Mildred Rogers (Betty Davis).
Shelly Winters 'Behave Yourself' (1952 Black & white) Young couple, Kate and William (Shelly Winters and Farley Granger) adopt a stray pooch, not realizing that the dog carries a key element to a criminal plan to hijack a million dollar shipment.
Marilyn Monroe 'Home Town Story' (1951 Black & white) Blake Washburn blames manufacture Mc Farland for his defeat in the race for re-election to the state legislature. He takes over his uncle's newspaper to take on big business as an enemy of the people. Miss Martin (Marilyn Monroe) works in the Herald newspaper office.