This double feature showcases Ernst Lubitsch’s best romantic comedy work. In The Oyster Princess (Victor Janson, 1919/60 min.), an American oyster baron arranges for his spoiled daughter to be married to the first prince he can find, but nothing goes according to plan. Then, in I Don’t Want to Be a Man (Ossi Oswalda, 1918/41 min.), false identities clash and romantic catastrophe inevitably happens when a free spirited young woman masquerades as an eligible bachelor to attend a lavish ball where her stern guardian is on the prowl. Silent. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. In German with English subtitles. B&w/NR/fullscreen.