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Cleveland Independent Movie Goers Message Board › Client 9 The Rise and Fall of Elliot Spitzer: Cedar Lee Theater / Stone Oven

Client 9 The Rise and Fall of Elliot Spitzer: Cedar Lee Theater / Stone Oven

Group Organizer
Beachwood, OH
Hi everyone,

We are getting into the winter season and movie viewing is strong. A few updates.

Tonight/Satureday at 8, we are seeing "The Army of Crime". There is no dinner, however, we will meet afterward to discuss the film.­

Then, on Thursday, join us to see the acclaimed 127 hours, a true story about the hiker who had to remove his arm to get loose. We are meeting for dinner ahead of time at the Lemon Grass. Michael will let you know the time of the film.­

This Wednesday, / Dec. 1, the Cedar Lee will be celebrating its 85th anniversary. They will be showing a Chaplin's "The Gold Rush". Cost is 25 cents. No discounts are available.


Finally, as I have told many of you, I don't like to see too many documentaries, but the Elliot Spitzer seems too good to miss. Follow him as he becomes the media darling and ends up a broken man. Maybe it will finally answer the age old question of why people who have everything ruin their lives? Then again, maybe it won't.­

When: Thursday, December 16, 2010 6:30 PM

Where: Stone Oven Café
2267 Lee Road
Cleveland, OH 44108

Fee: $1.50 or $5 for 2010

If there is any movie that you want to see, please let me know. We are always looking for ideas.

You can always get in touch with me through the "Contact Organizer" link on Meetup:­
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