A hearty group of ten people braved the cold and slippery snow storm and came to the Community Center at 7:00 PM on Thursday, November 15th for the first movie in the Classic Movie Series and watched The Philadelphia Story with Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and James Stewart. The Community Center’s new projection and sound system was fantastic and everyone complimented David Hoch on his educated and interesting commentary on the film.
The Friday after Thanksgiving drew a larger crowd for Miracle on 34th Street, a wonderful old classic to get us in the Holiday mood. Karla Heath and Jo Sochi surprised us with warm apple cider and Christmas cookies.
The series continued on Thursday, November 29th at 7:00 with Gunfight at the OK Corral with Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. David gave us a great introduction to the westerns as a genre, as well as the general story line of the real gunfight at the OK corral involving famous western lawman Wyatt Earp and his friend gunman Doc Holliday. After the movie, David shared with us what was true and what was untrue. We also enjoyed Cowboy “Caviar” and Cowboy Cookies!
The Big Sleep (film noire) was shown on Thursday, December 6th at 7:00 pm and Harvey was shown on December 12th after our Community Dinner.
Next up is Camelot on December 20th. Unfortunately, we had a problem with our projection system so we couldn’t show My Darling Clementine on December 27th. We will reschedule this one.
We rang ring in the new year with The Guns of Navarone on Thursday, January 3rd. January 11th brought Some Like it Hot and we are now looking forward to the Hitchcock classic, Rear Window. Keep watching the schedule for the weekly classic and look at the link below for the extended schedule into April.