Monthly Archives: August 2013

1940’s in film

Although the 1940s was a decade dominated by World War II, important and noteworthy films about a wide variety of subjects were made during that era. Hollywood was instrumental in producing dozens of classic films during the 1940s, several of … Continue reading

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Class registration update

The class now has 17 registered and several others who will be coming on a part time basis.  All systems go.  Now to decide on the films and topics to discuss.  The 1940’s was a decade of post depression, world … Continue reading

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The Story of Film, an Odyssey

Several months ago I purchased the DVD set of this epic story that’s told from a world perspective which is interesting in itself but now I find that (thanks to class friend, John Kepler) that TCM will be airing the … Continue reading

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Registrations are coming in

Thanks to the 6 who have registered for the class.  Keep them coming, I really want to put this class on.

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Registrations for the Fall class go out

I sent out the registration with a mistake, darn!  The form shows that the class begins on 8/25 but it should have said 9/25.  Film during the 40’s is the theme with so many great films to choose from, Arsenic … Continue reading

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The Mission

This Wednesday, I’ll show this cinematically enthralling film starring Jeremy Irons and Robert DiNero and Iguasu Falls.  at the Palm Theatre, only 35 seats available so get there early . . . a little introduction talk before the film starts … Continue reading

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