A Road Scholar Program by Sarah S. Marcus
Join historian Sarah Marcus and view the history of Chicago through television and film, noting how producers of popular culture have depicted the city and its residents. Using a variety of clips – from Scarface (1932) to The Untouchables (1987), from Studs’ Place (1950-51) to Good Times (1974-79) – this presentation follows the camera’s focus and reflects on lasting impressions created by flashing images on the screen.
This event is Free and Open to the public. For more information, please contact Carolyn Mangold, c/o Palatine Historical Society, 847.991.6460.