South Coast Cinemaniacs: Spanish Language Dracula (1931)

South Coast Cinemaniacs: Spanish Language Dracula (1931)
Monday, October 16, 2013, doors open 5:15 p.m., film starts 5:30 p.m.
Millicent Library, 45 Center St., use Walnut Street entrance

Enjoy some early Halloween fun! South Coast Cinemaniacs screens the Spanish language version of DRACULA (1931). This version was shot on the same sets as the Bela Lugosi classic, only at night and with an entirely different cast and director. What resulted is a film many claim is scarier, sexier, and overall superior to the English language classic. Come watch and judge for yourself In Spanish with English subtitles. Starring Carlos Villarías & Lupita Tovar. Directed by George Melford. Movie Length: 104 minutes.

The Cinemaniacs Club meets in the library’s auditorium. All are welcome! You do not have to live in Fairhaven to join or attend events. Both are FREE to the public.

To easily access the auditorium, please enter the library through the Walnut Street doors. There are both stairs and an accessibility ramp outside of this entrance. The auditorium is the first room to the right after you enter.

Can’t make this meeting? Join them another month! The club meets the second Monday of the month, excluding holidays, to watch and discuss classic movies.

Need more information? Email club president Beth Ann Gallagher at: southcoastcinemaniacs@gmail.com.

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