SATURDAY NIGHT CINEMA – a double feature!

Tonight, in light of the holiday season, I present our first double feature at the Atlas Cinema.

Frank Capra’s holiday masterpiece,

No matter how many times I’ve watched this film, it still warms the cockles.

The second feature film is   SCROOGE (1935), an  excellent production.
British. Very. And it’s Dickens so it should be veddy British.

I was debating between screening this and Scrooge, both classic Christmas stories.

    In both stories, a man revisits his life and potential death (or non-existence) with the help of supernatural agents, in the end experiencing a joyous epiphany and a renewed view of his life

Conflicted no more. Tonight, in light of the holiday season, I present our first double feature at the Atlas Cinema.

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