Announcing a new Meetup for Los Angeles Film Enthusiasts!
What: GOODBYE MR. CHIPS@ The Samuel Goldwyn Theatre, June 29th @ 7:00 PM
When: June 29,[masked]:30 PM
Where: (A location has not been chosen yet.)
It's time for the seventh film in the wonderful "Films of 1939" series: GOODBYE MR. CHIPS. I have never seen this entire film, and look forward to it. It's Monday night, as per usual. The film starts at 7:30 PM, but BUCK ROGERS starts at 7:00Pm. I will get to the theatre around 6:15pm. These movies are all filling up, so try to get there as early and you can. You can either park in the provided lot, or on the street (just read the signs). They will most likely start letting people into the theatre around 6:45pm. No food or drinks allowed. I will save seats, so give me a call if you can't find me:[masked]-6570. When you get upstairs, enter the theatre through the first door on your left... number 1. We have been sitting in this area... approx. 10-15 rows down from the back. Tickets
: http://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/EventSearch?presenter=AMPAS&venue=OSCARS-LINWOOD,OSCARS-GOLDWYN,OSCARS-HIGHLAND Theatre Info
: http://www.oscars.org/events-exhibitions/venues-ticketing/goldwyn.html Film Summary
: Won Oscar. Another 7 nominations
Goodbye, Mr. Chips, based on James Hilton's novel, is a melodrama about a shy British teacher named Mr. Chipping (Robert Donat) who devotes his life to teaching "his boys" after the death of his lovely, energetic American wife Katherine (Greer Garson). Told via flashbacks, the film features an aged Mr. Chipping looking back nostalgically at his long career, taking note of the people who've touched his life over the years. Donat was the recipient of a Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of the title character, and the film features the debut performance of a young Garson.
Learn more here:http://www.meetup.com/West-los-Angeles-film-fanatics-group/calendar/10723249/