Picton Theatre Group Inc.
Vintage Film Day-June 17
Below are the next 3 dates for Vintage Film Day in Picton. It's free and starts at 2pm on a Sunday once a month.
June 17 “Santa Fe Trail”For more information please email Publicity at pictontheatre.org.au
or Mobile: 0451 149 855
1940 Civil War era Action/Romance. Errol Flynn. Olivia de Havilland, Ronald Reagan. Flynn and Reagan are young Army Officers during an uprising. de Havilland is the pretty daughter of a railroad tycoon. All welcome. Vintage Film Day is free.
This 1940 Civil War Action/Romance movie includes Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, and Ronald Reagan. Flynn and Reagan are Army Officers fresh out of the academy. There is an uprising from fanatics. de Havilland is the pretty daughter of a Railroad millionaire. You can guess the rest. Vintage Film Day is free thanks to Council's support, and Picton Theatre volunteers.
The film is shown in the historic 1915 Wollondilly Shire Hall, in Menangle Street Picton, and we use the small hall kitchen entrance on the side of the hall. There is plenty of parking behind the Shire Hall between it and Coles.
Hope to see you there.
Vintage Film Day is FREE to attend, thanks to a partnership between Picton Theatre Group Inc. who supplies the film and volunteers, and Wollondilly Shire Council who generously has provided the Shire Hall at no cost so anyone can enjoy these old films.
PTG will show one classic film each month (Feb-Dec), with the next one being Sunday the 22nd of April, 2pm-4.30pm, in the small hall in the Wollondilly Shire Hall. It is free thanks to the support of PTG volunteers and Wollondilly Shire Council.
July 15 “Charade”1963 Paris. A fantastic Crime/Thiller. Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. Not only has her husband been died, but he was leaving her broke and with thugs still wanting debts paid. All welcome. Vintage Film Day is free.
A Crime Thriller. Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. Her idyllic life in Paris ends when she discovers her husband has sold everything and was murdered by thugs he still owes. So, where is the money? and was murdered whilst escaping thugs whom he owed. They think Hepburn has their money and they want it back. All welcome. Vintage Film Day is free.
Aug 19 “Frankenstein”Original 1931 version of “Frankenstein”. Boris Karloff is memorable as the monster created by Dr Victor Frankenstein. The Doctor is brilliant, with an adoring fiance’, jealous 7’ monster, an angry mob with flaming torches and pitchforks. Typical wedding??
This Mary Shelley classic is actually a sad tale which portrays the ‘Monster’ as a victim, caught in a situation where everyone loathes and fears him, and he can do nothing right. There were other versions older, and others more recent, but we hope you can join us to enjoy this classic featuring Boris Karloff, in his most memorable role.
Check out our website regularly for Vintage Film Day films, and also info on PTG's main focus for over 40 years, our live theatre shows.
Picton Theatre News
Vintage Film Day 2pm 17th June.
At Wollondilly Shire Hall.
Errol Flynn in "Sante Fe Trail"
PTG's monthly play Reading
2pm Sunday on date TBA
Uniting Church Hall, 4 Lumsdaine St,Picton
"The Removalists" deferred for now
No new date yet
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