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  • September 16th: Dirty Dancing


    Cocktails:
    5:00PM
    Movie: 5:30PM. Dinner to Follow

  • “Dirty Dancing'' is set at Kellerman's Mountain House, a Grossinger's-like Catskills resort hotel, in the summer of 1963. President Kennedy was still alive, America's stake in Vietnam had not yet become divisive, and socially conscious young people were going on freedom marches in the South and joining the Peace Corps. 

    The film is about Frances Houseman (Jennifer Grey), nicknamed Baby, who finds her adult identity in her first love affair - with Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze), the hotel's dance instructor. For a girl of Baby's conventionally liberal, Jewish background (she's planning to study ''third world economics'' in college), Johnny, a young man from the wrong side of the tracks, exemplifies the freedom expressed through a new and as yet socially unacceptable form of dancing. for the young.. The film is a union of history, politics, sixties and eighties culture, era-defining music, class, gender, and race. 

    Many of us saw it when it first came out. It is worth another viewing. 

    Running Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes. 

    Please RSVP by Friday, September 11th at 3:00PM

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  • October 21: Marty


    Cocktails:
    5:00PM
    Movie: 5:30PM. Dinner to Follow
    Host: Tony Vitto

  • Marty is a 1955 American romantic drama film directed by Delbert Mann. The screenplay was written by Paddy Chayefsky, expanding upon his 1953 teleplay of the same name. The film stars Ernest Borgnine and Betsy Blair. In addition to gaining an Academy Award for Best Picture, the film enjoyed international success, becoming the fourth American film to win top prize at the Cannes Film Festival, and by a unanimous vote, becoming the first film to be awarded the Palme d'Or. Marty and The Lost Weekend (1945) are the only two films to win both organizations' grand prizes.

    Marty has been well-regarded by critics since its initial release.

    Director: Delbert Mann
    Running Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes

    Please RSVP by Friday, October 20th at 3:00PM

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  • November 18: High Noon


    Cocktails:
    5:00PM
    Movie: 5:30PM. Dinner to Follow

  • High Noon is a 1952 American Western film produced by Stanley Kramer from a screenplay by Carl Foreman, directed by Fred Zinnemann, and starring Gary Cooper. The plot, depicted in real time, centers around a town marshal, torn between his sense of duty and love for his new bride, who must face a gang of killers alone.

    Though mired in controversy with political overtones at the time of its release, the film was nominated for seven Academy Awards, and won four (Actor, Editing, Music-Score, and Music-Song) as well as four Golden Globe Awards (Actor, Supporting Actress, Score, and Cinematography-Black and White). The award-winning score was written by Russian-born composer Dimitri Tiomkin.

    High Noon was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" in 1989, the NFR's first year of existence.

    Director: Fred Zinnemann
    Running Time: 1 hour, 25 minutes

    Please RSVP by Friday, November 17th at 3:00PM

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