On Sunday, March 23rd, beginning at 12:00 noon, join us for Brunch and a Classic Movie at The Central in Mirvish Village. We'll be showing the 1955 Classic, THE DESPERATE HOURS, directed by William Wyler. The movie stars Humphrey Bogart, Fredric March, Martha Scott and Arthur Kennedy.
Brunch will include buffet style Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Potatoes, Improved Sausages and Fruit. $9 is an amazing value for Bruch and a Movie!! Drinks will be extra and YES, they will have much better coffee!!
Glenn Griffin (Humphrey Bogart) is the leader of a trio of escaped convicts who invade the home of Daniel Hilliard (Fredric March) and his family in suburban Indianapolis. The convicts terrorize, torment and hold the four members of the family hostage. They await the arrival of a package from Griffin's girlfriend, which contains funds to aid the three fugitives in their escape. Local and State Police, as well as the F.B.I. organize a statewide manhunt for the escapees and eventually discover the distraught family's plight. The story was based on an actual event. This was to be Bogart’s final tough guy role of his career.
DATE: SUNDAY, MARCH 23RD
BRUNCH TIME: 12:00 PM
MOVIE START TIME: 1:30 PM
MOVIE LENGTH: 112 Minutes
LOCATION: THE CENTRAL 603 MARKHAM STREET (MIRVISH VILLAGE)
BRUNCH AND MOVIE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE SAME LOCATION
TOTAL COST FOR BRUNCH & MOVIE: $9.00 INCL. ALL TAXES & GRATUITIES.
THE $9 (CASH ONLY) WILL BE COLLECTED BY ALEX AT THE DOOR. EXACT CHANGE, PLEASE. :) BRING $10 AND I'LL GIVE YOU A LOONIE! :)
COFFEE, TEA AND ALL OTHER DRINKS ARE EXTRA
PARKING - There is a Green P lot on Markham St. that is just slightly north of Bloor St.
TRANSIT - Take the Bloor/Danforth Line to Bathurst Station and walk one block west to Markham St. It's right beside Honest Ed's.
After the film let's discuss "THE DESPERATE HOURS" at The Central.
WE'LL SEE YOU AT THE MOVIES!
***PLEASE NOTE***THIS WILL BE OUR LAST CLASSIC FILM SHOWN THROUGH LIFE BEGINS AT 40. TO SEE THE FILMS THAT WE WILL BE SHOWING, PLEASE JOIN OUR SISTER GROUP, THE TORONTO CLASSIC FILM GROUP. http://www.meetup.com/TorontoClassicFilms