Members & guests–free. This month’s film is available to rent on Amazon Prime and Vudu.
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Village fans of movies from the 1930’s and 40’s are starting a new movie group. If Ninotchka
or Captain Blood
or Random Harvest
are among your favorite films, you’ll be right at home! In addition to discussing the films, we will also talk about the scores and the wonderful composers of the era.
This month’s film is Golddiggers of 1933:A depression-era musical with Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler, and Dick Powell. Directed by Mervyn Leroy, the film features dance numbers by Busby Berkeley and the powerful song, “The Forgotten Man.”
Click here to see more information and watch the trailer on IMDB.
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