An evening of FREE PIZZA, with our annual lineup of Holiday/Christmas Films and Television Episodes for all ages, selected by Timothy Whaley & Alex Sawyers.
Here’s the lineup for December 23rd:
4pm: “Our Vines Have Tender Grapes” (1945/starring Edward G. Robinson, Margaret O’Brien and Agnes Moorehead.)
5:45: “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” (1992)
7:45: The Flintstones: “Christmas Flintstone” (1964)
8:10: The Simpsons: “`Tis the Fifteenth Season” (2003)
8:35: “A Christmas Romance” (1994/starring Olivia Newton-John and Gregory Harrison.)
10:10: “It’s a Very Merry Muppet Movie” (2002)
10:35: The Golden Girls: “Have Yourself a Very Little Christmas (1989)
An evening of FREE PIZZA and late night films, from the days before cable, that turned out to be interesting to watch:
The Barbarians (Ferroccio Cerio, 1953) 4:00pm
The Lost Patrol (John Ford, 1934) 5:25pm
The Intruder (Roger Corman, 1962) 6:40pm
Night Editor (Henry Levin, 1946) 8:00pm
Rimfire (B. Reeves Eason, 1949) 9:10pm
The Queen of Sheba (Pietro Francisci, 1952) 10:15pm
Bring down your meat and our resident grillmaster, Sparky, will cook it to order. Side Dishes provided! Beginning at 4:00pm, our good friend and projectionist, Mr. Timothy Whaley, will present an evening of appearances by famous movie stars and recording artists on classic Prime Time TV!
Stars include: John Davidson; Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ann-Margret; Michael Jackson; Liz Taylor & Richard Burton; Sammy Davis Jr.; Agnes Moorehead; Julie London; Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff & Lon Chaney Jr.; Roy Rogers; and Talullah Bankhead.
…It’s gonna be a night of HIGH CAMP & KITSCH!
A first week of December tradition at Club Diversity…
Bring down your meat and our resident grillmaster, Sparky, will cook it to order. Side Dishes provided!
An evening of silent cinema:
Beyond The Rocks (Sam Wood, 1922) 4:00pm
The Lost World (Hayy O. Hoyt, 1925) 5:25pm
A Trip to the Moon (Georges Méliès, 1902) 6:40pm
Modern Times (Charles Chaplin, 1936) 6:55pm
The Thief (Russell Rouse, 1952) 8:25pm
A Christmas Past (D.W. Griffith, Irving S. Porter, et al, 1901-1925) 9:50pm