By Judith Spitzer
Check it out! Saturday night uninterrupted films begin airing this Saturday, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m. in Spokane with “After the Thin Man” starring William Powell, Jimmy Stewart and Myrna Loy.
Nick and Nora's friend Selma is accused of murdering her fiancee and the couple, aided by their dog Asta, investigate -- so says the program schedule. I haven't seen this one.
But next Saturday, Oct. 15, is one of my very favorite movies with Audrey Hepburn, Peter Finch and Edith Evans -- "The Nun's Story." In the film, Hepburn, who is the daughter of a Belgian surgeon, enters a convent in the Congo as a nursing nun. Does it get any better than this?
Upcoming films include:
Oct. 22 – "A Shot in the Dark" with Peter Sellers, Elke Sommers and George Sanders.
Oct. 29 – "The Music Man" with Robert Preston, Shirley Jones and Buddy Hackett ... I love Buddy Hackett!
Skip Nov. 5
Nov. 12 – "Kiss Me Deadly" with Ralph Meeker, Albert Dekker and Paul Stewart.
Nov. 19 – "Dressed To Kill" with Angie Dickinson, Michael Caine and Angie Dickinson.
So you’re good on the vintage films until mid-November. Don’t forget to pick up popcorn at the store this week.