Oldies & Goodies

Classic Films Screened at the Library
 Adults are invited to enjoy classic "Oldies but Goodies" films on the big screen at the library. All movies are shown on Sundays at 2:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Please call the library at 910-692-8235 for movie titles.

It's a spy's life on Sunday, April 27th. This 1965 classic follows James Bond  to the Bahamas to recover two nuclear warheads stolen by SPECTRE agent Emilio Largo in an international extortion scheme.
 
On Sunday, March 23rd, the library will present a 1962 western starring Randolph Scott, Joel, McCrea, and Mariette Hartley. An ex-lawman is hired to transport gold from a mining community through dangerous territory. But what he doesn't realize is that his partner and old friend is plotting to double-cross him.
  
Catch a classic 1937 comedy starring the Marx Brothers on Sunday, Jan. 26th.  A vet posing as a doctor, a race horse owner, and his friends struggle to help keep a sanatorium open with the help of a misfit racehorse.
  
On Sunday, Dec. 8, the library will present a 1938 film loosely based on the life of Johann Strauss II. Schani, as Strauss is nicknamed, is distracted from his job at a bank by his desire to write and perform waltz more than anything else. He follows his passion, forms an orchestra, and struggles with loving two women. 
  
Previously screened films are available on DVD for check-out at the library! 
Oldies and Goodies