Summertime 2012 is expected to be a classic cinema lolllapalooza! Let me provide a few savory examples…
EXHIBIT A: A limited screening of Christopher Plummer’s newest film release is now here. As I mentioned in a previous blog, the actor will profile the legendary John Barrymore. I’m salivating over this new production called simply Barrymore.
EXHIBIT B: A series of Blu Ray DVD releases are set to hit stores by June, and throughout the Summer. They include: The Gold Rush (1925), The 39 Steps (1935), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956), High Noon (1952), Harold and Maude (1971), and Jaws (1975). Expect top motion pictures created by Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, Steven Spielberg, Gary Cooper, and Ruth Gordon in hi def, with viewership in the privacy of your home.
EXHIBIT C: Free Movie on the Beach will be presented by our friends in Santa Cruz. Each Wednesday in July and August, enjoy surf, sand, smores, and a series of family-friendly films such as The Lost Boys (July 11), Grease (July 18), The Princess Bride (July 25), and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (August 8). Each evening’s activities are brought to you by the non-profit organization Save our Shores, the City of Santa Cruz. and several radio stations in the area.
My suggestion is to engage in the opportunity to enjoy the screening of a classic movie, or of an upcoming release taking us back to Hollywood’s Golden Age… Your Witness!
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