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The Greater Sudbury Public Library to Present Two Great Classic Movies

December 3, 2007 - Join us at the Main Public Library, 74 Mackenzie Street for two great seasonal movies.

Thursday, December 6th watch The Bishop’s Wife, a romantic comedy starring Cary Grant and Loretta Young. This wonderful film, nominated for five Academy Awards in 1947 gives us Cary Grant as an angel come to earth to help a bishop save his marriage. The movie will be shown in English, without sub-titles.

And then on Thursday, December 13, drop in to see the wonderful Canadian film, Mon Oncle Antoine. This movie was filmed in 1971 and tells the story of a small mining town in Quebec. It is Christmas Eve, and this is the only day of the year when the factories close and the inhabitants can celebrate. The film will be shown in French, without sub-titles.

Everyone is welcome to both showings and admission is free!

For more information, please call Lise Larose at 673-1155, extension 225.



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