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  • March 18: “Whisky Galore!”


    Cocktails:
    5:30PM
    Movie: 6:00PM. Dinner to Follow

  • During World War II, the tiny Scottish island of Todday runs out of whisky. When the freighter S.S. Cabinet Minister runs aground nearby during a heavy fog, the islanders are delighted to learn that its cargo consists of 50,000 cases of whisky. When officious English commanding officer Captain Waggett (Basil Radford) demands return of the liquor, shopkeeper Joseph Macroon (Wylie Watson) and his daughters Peggy (Joan Greenwood) and Catriona (Gabrielle Blunt) spearhead an island rebellion.

    Release date: December 25, 1949 (USA)
    Director: Alexander Mackendrick
    Story by: Compton Mackenzie
    Nominations: BAFTA Award for Best British Film
    Screenplay: Compton Mackenzie, Angus MacPhail

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

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  • April 15: “Nine Innings from Ground Zero”


    Cocktails:
    6:00PM
    Movie: 6:30PM. Dinner to Follow

  • On September 11, 2001, New York City became the site of the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil when a group of extremists brought down the twin towers of the World Trade Center. The event struck to the heart of New Yorkers as well as Americans across the country (and their friends around the world), but an unexpected event helped to heal and galvanize people a few weeks later. The New York Yankees, the Big Apple's perennial baseball powerhouse, had enjoyed a strong season and found themselves representing the American League in the 2001 World Series, with the fledgling Arizona Diamondbacks as National League champs. Three of the seven games in the series were scheduled to be played at Yankee Stadium, only nine miles away from Ground Zero, and both the Yankees and New York mayor Rudy Giuliani determined that despite the attacks, the games would go on, and the hard-fought series became a rallying point across the nation, as fans rooted not just for the Yankees, but for the city they called home. Nine Innings From Ground Zero is a documentary which looks at this fascinating nexus between nation tragedy and healing through sports; produced for the premium cable network HBO, the film includes with Rudy Giuliani, Yankee's manager Joe Torre, and members of both the Yankees and the Diamondbacks.

    Year: 2004
    Running Time: 60 minutes
    Producer: Joe Lavine

    Please RSVP by Friday, April 13th at 3:00PM

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  • May 20: "Speedy"


    Cocktails:
    5:30PM
    Movie: 6:00PM. Dinner to Follow

  • Chronically unemployed Yankees fan Harold "Speedy" Swift (Harold Lloyd) dates Jane Dillon (Ann Christy), a girl whose beloved grandfather, Pop (Bert Woodruff), runs a failing horse-drawn trolley business, in a rapidly changing city where the railway is becoming king. When a crooked railroad official steals Pop's last car, hoping to force him into a shutdown, Speedy must race against the clock to find the culprits, return the car in time, and keep the service running on schedule.

    Release date: April 7, 1928 (USA)
    Director: Ted Wilde
    Story by: Lex Neal, Howard Emmett Rogers, J.A. Howe, John Grey
    Running Time: 82 Minutes

    Please RSVP by Friday, May 19th at 3:00PM

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  • June 10: An episode from "Foyles War"


    Cocktails:
    5:30PM
    Movie: 6:00PM. Dinner to Follow

  • A British drama series: As World War II rages on, criminals try to take advantage of the resulting chaos. In Hastings, they aren't having much luck, thanks to Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle. As Foyle's son Andrew, a fighter pilot in the RAF, fights the enemy at war, Foyle battles the black market, profiteering and murder on the home front. He is dogged in his pursuit of justice, honest to a fault and frequently underestimated by his opponents. Together with his sergeant and his driver, Foyle wages his own war on crime.

    Final episode date: January 18, 2015
    Program creator: Anthony Horowitz
    Writers: Anthony Horowitz

    Please RSVP by Friday, June 9th at 3:00PM

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  • July 15: An episode from "Band of Brothers"


    Cocktails:
    5:30PM
    Movie: 6:00PM. Dinner to Follow

  • Chronically unemployed Yankees fan Harold "Speedy" Swift (Harold Lloyd) dates Jane Dillon (Ann Christy), a girl whose beloved grandfather, Pop (Bert Woodruff), runs a failing horse-drawn trolley business, in a rapidly changing city where the railway is becoming king. When a crooked railroad official steals Pop's last car, hoping to force him into a shutdown, Speedy must race against the clock to find the culprits, return the car in time, and keep the service running on schedule.

    Release date: April 7, 1928 (USA)
    Director: Ted Wilde
    Story by: Lex Neal, Howard Emmett Rogers, J.A. Howe, John Grey
    Running Time: 82 Minutes

    Please RSVP by Friday, July 14th at 3:00PM

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