Pencil This In: Thursday
The Egyptian is having a John Ford film fest this week, focusing on some of the 50-plus films made while he was at 20th Century Fox. Screening tonight is 1924’s The Iron Horse, a silent film that chronicles the American push out West. Ford shot the film on location in Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada. The film will be introduced by historian and author Robert Bircard.
7:30 pm // Egyptian Theatre // 6712 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles // $10
The Pasadena Museum of History presents “We ♥ Purses! We ♥ Pasadena!” a design showcase of the latest and greatest in purses, specially made for the event by artists and student designers. The bags on display will be available for purchase through a silent auction.
7:30 pm // Competitive Athletic Training Zone // 801 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena // $60 general and $50 for museum members.