As proven in "Comedy Marathon: Universal Pictures
Celebrating 100 Years," the aforementioned studio cornered much of the comic
market in the '40s with stars W.C. Fields, here represented by The Bank Dick (1940; 3 pm) and Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941;
4:45 pm), and Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, yukking it up in Buck Privates (1941; 11 am + 6:30 pm)
and Abbott & Costello Meet
Frankenstein (1948; 1 + 8:30 pm), all screening at the Brattle.
Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle St, Cambridge :: Sunday, November 25 :: $9.75; $7.75
seniors + matinee; $6.75 students + senior matinee :: 617.876.6837 or