Movie of the Week
Archive of Classic Friday Night Movies
Stop by Friday’s for a fresh selection of the classic film we’ll be watching on the weekend!
711 Ocean Drive is a 1950 organized crime film featuring Edmond O’Brien, Joanne Dru, and Otto Kruger. A telephone repairman creates a bookie broadcast system that leads him on the road to ruin.
Eight on the Lam is a 1967 comedy about a bank teller who goes on the run with his seven children after he finds a bundle of cash and is suspected of embezzlement. Starring Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, and Jonathan Winters.
State Fair – A terrific way to kick off the summer holiday season! This 1945 Rogers & Hammerstein musical has each member of the Frake Family excited for the annual Iowa State Farm. Starring Jeanne Crain, Dana Andrews, and Dick Haymes.
Greenwich Village – The 1944 musical, Greenwich Village features Carmen Miranda, Don Ameche, and William Bendix in the story of early 20th-century NYC bohemia.
Strangers When We Meet is a 1960 film that tells the story of infidelity in the suburbs. Starring Kirk Douglas, Kim Novak, Ernie Kovacs, Walter Matthau, and Eve Coe.
Elephant Boy is a 1937 adventure film based on the story Toomai, of the Elephants by Rudyard Kipling featuring Sabu, W.E. Holloway, and Walter Hudd.
Elvis In Concert third and final television special was the most-watched program in the U.S. when it was broadcast, seven weeks and six days after his death.
This 1956 drive-in classic, Three Bad Sisters features Marla English, Kathleen Hughes, Sara Shane, and John Bromfield in a tale about a millionaire’s death, and the struggle to control his wealth through his three daughters.
Football coach George Cooper has as many problems managing his football team as he has at home dealing with his daughters, Ellen and Connie. This 1949 comedy, Father Was A Fullback stars Fred McMurray, Maureen O’Hara, and Thelma Ritter.