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Film Night : High Society

Date/Time
Friday 21 September 2012 at 19:00

Film Night: High Society

Fundraising evening for the village hall.

6.45pm Door and bar open.
15 minutes of highlights from Pitton Theatre Club productions, followed by a finger buffet supper.
Main film: High Society.
Licensed bar.
Tickets: Adults £7 and children (12 years & under) – £4.

Synopsis

Dir. Charles Walters,
USA 1956, 111 mins.
Cert PG.

Set to the glorious music of Cole Porter, High Society is a blissfully elegant musical remake of The Philadelphia Story, with an all star cast.

Bing Crosby is C.K. Dexter-Haven, a successful jazz musician who is trying to re-win the heart of his ex-wife (Grace Kelly) on the eve of her marriage. Reporter Mike Connor (Frank Sinatra) arrives to cover the nuptials and a complicated love triangle

(or should that be rectangle?) ensues when he also falls for Tracy’s icy charms.

One of two films (along with Written on the Wind) from 1956 about troubled marriages, accompanying Opera North’s production of Carousel.

A delightful romp through the troubled lives of America’s super rich and ridiculousFilm 4