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Moby Dick

3/6/2016 / 1:30pm

116 minutes / rated PG

Herman Melville's classic novel was inspired by true events, Shakespeare, and his own experiences at sea. John Huston's classic film, with a screenplay by the iconic science fiction writer Ray Bradbury, captures the adventure and intensity of Ahab's hunt for the white whale, and was visually inspired by the cool, faded colors of 19th-century American prints.

This film is presented as part of the Arts & Letters Film Series.

Location Information:
Levitt Auditorium

2016-03-06 13:30:00 2016-03-06 00:00:00 America/Chicago Moby Dick 116 minutes / rated PG Herman Melville's classic novel was inspired by true events, Shakespeare, and his own experiences at sea. John Huston's classic film, with a screenplay by the iconic science fiction writer Ray Bradbury, captures the adventure and intensity of Ahab's hunt for the white whale, and was visually inspired by the cool, faded colors of 19th-century American prints. This film is presented as part of the  Arts & Letters  Film Series . Levitt Auditorium

Moby Dick, 1956
John Huston, director

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