Betty Grable, Brighton, Cinemascope, David Wayne, Duke of York's Brighton, How to Marry a Millionaire, Jean Negulesco, Lauren Bacall, Marilyn Monroe, Nunnally Johnson, Picturehouse, Travilla
On a crisp Friday morning in the first week of January, I joined a handful of people at the Duke of York’s in Brighton – England’s oldest independent cinema – for a screening of How to Marry a Millionaire. It’s part of a regular series of classic movies aimed at an older audience, with tea and biscuits served beforehand, and a fifteen-minute interval – although I think it’s fair to say they could use some promotion. (Classic movie fans, please note: Millionaire is showing at Picturehouse cinemas across the UK throughout January, and looking further ahead, There’s No Business Like Show Business is scheduled for June.) Continue reading
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