Paramount Restores

December 1–2, 2002


Roman Holiday. 1953. USA. Directed by William Wyler

The Department of Film and Media presents Paramount Pictures’ newly restored classic features from the 1950s, Billy Wilder’s Sunset Boulevard (1950) and William Wyler’s Roman Holiday (1954). The department thanks Martin Blythe and Paramount Home Entertainment for the loan of the prints.

Organized by Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, and Natalie Hirniak, Manager, Department of Film and Media.


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