Welcome to the Lyceum theater, where many college students got their first cinematic peek at a lady’s naughty parts – in 1938.  Well, not a look, more like an implication, probably. The Lyceum showed the infamous “Birth of a Baby,” which had enough solemn endorsements from civic leaders to assure the other civic leaders nothing salacious was shown. It made a lot of money, but not all movies did well. The theater was outdated and poorly set-up for movies; it was better suited to plays, as the marquee shows here. Boris Karloff, clumping up and down Nicollet Mall - imagine that.