“The Trouble With Harry” (1955) at the Cerrito on Thursday, March 8, at 7:00

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Learn about “The Trouble with Harry” at the Cerrito on Thursday, March 8, at 7:00!

Alfred Hitchcock is a familiar name—but do you associate him with black comedy? You should see his 1955 movie, “The Trouble with Harry.” It’s funny, it’s macabre. One reviewer also called it “a romantic comedy with thriller overtones.” You’ll decide for yourself!

It takes place in an idyllic setting: small-town Vermont in autumn. But the peace is greatly disturbed by the discovery of a dead body. Yes, it’s Harry. But what happens then couldn’t be predicted.

Seems like a lot of people in the town had some doings with Harry. There’s an attractive young widow, played by Shirley MacLaine—in her very first movie role. There’s an old sea captain, played by Edmund Gwenn. There’s an array of small-town eccentrics, such as the dotty spinster, played by Mildred Natwick. Also an unusual young artist, played by John Forsythe. You may be surprised to see child actor Jerry Mathers, before he gained fame as Beaver on “Leave it to Beaver.” And don’t forget to look for Hitchcock himself, in one of his fleeting cameos!

“The Trouble with Harry” plays once only on Thursday, March 8 at 7:00 p.m.. All seats are $9.00. Moviegoers are strongly advised to buy advance tickets at the box office or online, as many shows sell out. Arriving early is a good idea, in order to choose your seat and also order delicious food and wine or beer.

Scene

Do you mean you haven’t visited Scene yet? You’re missing out so many possibilities—such as flatbread pizzas, a charcuterie and cheese sampler, baked sandwiches, “bites,” salads, and desserts. You can enjoy them there, or have them brought to your seat while you watch the movie. It’s also a fun place to hang out, with special wines and beers available. Check it out!

Upcoming Classics

  • Thursday, April 12. 7 p.m. Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon (also Brad Pitt) in “Thelma & Louise” (1991)

Cerrito Classics play monthly, on the second Thursday of the month, at 7:00.

Movie Awards Night at the Cerrito on Sunday, March 4, at 3:30 p.m.

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Don’t miss Hollywood’s biggest party!

The Cerrito will be celebrating big-time on Sunday, March 4 as Hollywood gives out its top awards for 2017 movies. Watch the live telecast on the big screen from the comfort of the Cerrito. See all your favorite stars, decked out in their finery, and root for your favorites.

There will be festivities galore. During commercial breaks, our scintillating host Melissa Hatheway will conduct entertaining trivia contests, with prizes. Cerrito servers will pass appealing free appetizers to the audience. There will be a costume contest—dress up in your own finery…or maybe come as a favorite movie character! Also, there will be a major contest (with a nice prize) to see who can predict the most awards winners—so, bone up on who and what’s likely to win.

All of this for just $30! No wonder the party always sells out. Get your tickets right away, at the box office or online—don’t miss out!

Don’t forget….”Moonstruck”!

Coming up this Thursday, February 8, at 7:00 at the Cerrito is an Oscar-winning movie from 1987. It’s “Moonstruck,” which garnered Oscars for Cher, Olympia Dukakis, and writer John Patrick Shanley. Let’s not forget Nicolas Cage, always worth watching. Let them entertain you! Get your tickets now, at the box office, or online.

“Moonstruck” (1987) at the Cerrito on Thursday, February 8, at 7:00

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Usher in Valentine’s Day with Cher, Nicolas Cage, and some other slightly crazy Brooklyn people, at the Cerrito on Thursday, February 8 at 7:00. What’s not to like?

When there’s a full moon over Brooklyn, anything can happen, and everything happens in the neighborhood where widowed bookkeeper Loretta Castorini (Cher) lives. First, Loretta agrees to marry a man she does not love, Johnny Cammareri (Danny Aiello) simply because he knows how to propose properly. Before the wedding can take place, Cammareri must visit his dying mother in Sicily.

In his absence, Loretta is supposed to try to patch up the differences between Johnny and his brother Ronny Cammareri (Nicolas Cage). Meanwhile, Loretta’s father (Vincent Gardenia) is fooling around with his mistress Mona (Anita Gillette), while Loretta’s mother (Olympia Dukakis) is wooed by a college professor (John Mahoney). These brief flings are forgiven and forgotten, but there’s still the delicate situation of Loretta being in love with her future brother-in-law. A now-classic romantic comedy, “Moonstruck” won Oscars for Cher, Olympia Dukakis, and screenwriter John Patrick Shanley.

“Moonstruck” plays once only on Thursday, February 8 at 7:00 p.m.. All seats are $9.00. Moviegoers are strongly advised to buy advance tickets at the box office or online, as many shows sell out. Arriving early is a good idea, in order to choose your seat and also order delicious food and wine or beer.

Scene

Do you mean you haven’t visited Scene yet? You’re missing out so many possibilities—such as flatbread pizzas, a charcuterie and cheese sampler, baked sandwiches, “bites,” salads, and desserts. You can enjoy them there, or have them brought to your seat while you watch the movie. It’s also a fun place to hang out, with special wines and beers available. Check it out!

Upcoming Classics

  • Thursday, March 8, 7p.m. Hitchcock’s “The Trouble With Harry” (1955)
  • Thursday, April 12. 7 p.m. Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon (also Brad Pitt) in “Thelma & Louise” (1991)

Cerrito Classics play monthly, always on the second Thursday of the month, at 7:00.