In a press release from the Cranford Public Library, we learn about their Classic Film Night:
The Cranford Public Library is continuing its ongoing Classic Film Night. Films will continue to be shown on Tuesday nights at 7 PM. The films run the gamut from mystery, comedy and romance, to thrillers and melodramas.
Upcoming films are:
July 24 – The Road to Zanzibar - (1931). Directed by Victor Schertzinger, starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. 92 minutes.
July 31– Rear Window - (1954). Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring James Stewart and Grace Kelly. 112 minutes.
August 7– Going to Town - (1935). Directed by Alexander Hall, starring Mae West and Paul Cavanaugh. 71 minutes.
August 14 – Scarlet Street - (1945). Directed by Fritz Lang, starring Edward G. Robinson and Joan Bennett. 103 minutes.
August 21 – The Pajama Game- (1957). Directed by George Abbott and Stanley Donan, starring Doris Day and John Raitt. 101 minutes.
August 28 – Portrait of Jenny - (1948). Directed by William Dieterle, starring Joseph Cotten and Jennifer Jones. 86 minutes.
September 4 – Stormy Weather – (1943). Directed by Andrew L. Stone, starring Lena Horne and Bill Robinson. 77 minutes.
September 11 – The Sea Hawk – (1940). Directed by Michael Curtiz, starring Errol Flynn and Claude Rains. 128 minutes.
September 18 – Little Caesar - (1930). Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, starring Edward G. Robinson and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. 80 minutes.
September 25 – The Road to Morocco - (1942). Directed by David Butler, starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. 83 minutes.
To review the list of films in the series, visit the library web site at www.cranford.com/library and click on “Events.” The films will be shown at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, unless otherwise noted. Admission is free and all are welcome. For further information about the series, call the library at 908-709-7272 and ask for Fran Housten.