Clara Bow was the Paris Hilton of the Jazz Age—the ultimate flapper who wanted to party all night—drinking, driving fast cars and flirting her way into every man’s heart. In the silent film “It,” Bow plays a sales girl who goes after a rich playboy. Bow is a vintage It Girl with sassy sex appeal and a killer wardrobe. Nitehawk Cinema presents the 1927 movie with dramatic live music by composer Mary Alouette and the djangOrchestra as part of its “Vamps and Virgin” series.
Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Avenue, (718) 384-3980, 12pm-1:30pm, $16 per person.
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