Featuring the spectacle and glamour of old Hollywood. Popcorn is by donation.
Located in the Piano Room.
November 5: Duck Soup, 1933
In this slapstick comedy, Rufus T Firefly is named dictator of the bankrupt country Freedonia and declares war on neighboring Sylvania for the love of wealthy Mrs. Teasdale. Starring the Marx Brothers and Margaret Dumont. 1 hr 8 min
November 12: The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977
James Bond investigates the hijacking of British and Russian submarines carrying nuclear warheads, with the help of a KGB agent whose lover he killed. Starring Robert Moore, Richard Keil and Barbara Bach. 2 hr 5 min
November 19: The Great Dictator, 1940
Charlie Chaplin’s first true sound picture—written, directed, produced and scored by Chaplin. Playing both a fascist Hitler-esque dictator and a Jewish barber with amnesia, Chaplin calls on humanity to stand against tyranny and evil in this political satire. 2 hrs 5 min
November 26: A Patch of Blue, 1965
A blind white girl is befriended by a black man who becomes determined to help her escape her impoverished and abusive home life by introducing her to the outside world. Starring Sidney Poitier and Shelley Winters. 1 hr 45 min