Harold Lloyd in “Safety Last” (1923), November 14 at 7pm

Here’s a movie everyone will enjoy!

What is that man doing dangling from the hands of a giant clock atop a tall, tall building?

You’ve seen the image a hundred times—now is your chance to find out the story—and what happens. Believe it or not, “Safety Last” is a love story, as well as a comedy.

Yes, it’s Harold Lloyd, who along with Charley Chaplin and Buster Keaton, was one of the kings of silent comedy. “Safety Last” is celebrating its 90th birthday, and you’re invited. You’ll be riveted as Lloyd, in his trademark straw hat, round glasses, and befuddled look climbs up, up, and up, with an atmospheric piano accompaniment.

You’ll always remember this movie. Don’t miss it!

“Safety Last” shows once only on Thursday, November 14 at 7 p.m. All seats are $8.00.

Cerrito Classics are popular: it’s always a good idea to buy your tickets in advance, at the box office or online. Plan to arrive early, to select your seats and to order beer or wine and delicious, freshly-made food.

Don’t forget to check out The Scene, a stylish gathering place to the right of the box office. Opens daily at 4:30 and has its own special menu of appetizers, scrumptious panini, salads and desserts, plus a great wine list. Any food item can be sent to your seat while you enjoy the movie. And, they also have happy hour prices on many items from 4:30 to 6:00, so drop in anytime, whether or not you’re going to a movie.