Cranford Public Library is continuing its ongoing Classic Film Night. Films are shown on Tuesday nights at 7 PM. The films run the gamut from mystery, comedy and romance, to thrillers and melodramas. Upcoming films for March are:
Mar 6 – The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) – Directed by John Cromwell, starring Ronald Colman and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. 101 minutes.
Mar 13 – The Belle of New York (1952) – Directed by Charles Walters, starring Fred Astaire and Vera-Ellen. 82 minutes.
Mar 20 – The Subject Was Roses (1968) – Directed by Ulu Grosbard, starring Patricia Neal, Jack Albertson, and Martin Sheen. 107 minutes.
Mar 27 – The House on Telegraph Hill (1951) – Directed by Robert Wise, starring Richard Basehart and Valentina Cortese. 93 minutes.
To review the list of films in the series, visit the library web site at www.cranford.com/library and click on “Events.” 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 or email firstname.lastname@example.org