Another opportuity is presenting itself to help the preservation of a classic movie theatre and show your support for the art of cinema! As some of the forum members know, my friend is the director of film programming for the Loews Jersey theatre in Jersey City, New Jersey. They have recently announced their winter/spring schedule of events and here is a brief summary: Friday, February 22 GLORY starring Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman. Showtime 7:45pm Saturday, February 23 THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN starring Laurence Fishburne, Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Cuba Gooding, Jr. Showtime 2:00pm MALCOLM X starring Denzel Washington and Angela Bassett. Showtime 7:30pm April 2002 CLASSIC COMEDY WEEKEND Friday, April 5 PILLOW TALK (1959) - in widescreen CinemaScope and color, presented in a brand new 35mm print! Plus, a classic comedy short and cartoon. Saturday, April 6 (matinee) WAY OUT WEST (1937) - The New York chapter of the Sons of the Desert presents a Salute to Laurel and Hardy: including rare Hal Roach shorts. Saturday, April 6 (evening) IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963) - presented in widescreen Ultra Panavision and dye-transfer Technicolor. SCIENCE-FICTION WEEKEND Friday, April 26 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND (1977) - presented in widescreen Panavision and Dolby Stereo. Plus, 20 minutes of rare, original science-fiction coming attractions from the fabulous fifties! Saturday, April 27 Classic Kiddie Double-Feature Matinee: THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS (1957) plus DR. WHO AND THE DALEKS (1965) - presented in widescreen Techniscope and dye-transfer Technicolor. Saturday, April 27 FORBIDDEN PLANET (1956) - presented in widescreen CinemaScope and, for the first time since 1956, Perspecta Stereophonic Sound! Plus, a Tom and Jerry cartoon in CinemaScope and Perspecta, and a short featuring the MGM Symphony Orchestra. MAY 2002 JAMES BOND 40th ANNIVERSARY Friday, May 3 GOLDFINGER (1964) - presented in dye-transfer Technicolor. Saturday, May 4 (matinee) ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (1969)- presented in widescreen Panavision and dye-transfer Technicolor. Saturday, May 4 DR. NO (1962) - special 40th anniversary screening, presented in dye-transfer Technicolor. There will be displays of original James Bond artifacts and memorabilia in the grand lobby. We'll also show rare Bond trailers and production shorts on the big screen, plus a few surprises! ======= If you're in the New York City/Tri-State area, don't miss this unique opportunity to see these films and support the restoration of the theatre. All are presented in 35mm on the BRAND NEW 50-foot-wide Loews Jersey screen with beautiful carbon arc projection! The Loew's Jersey is a magnificent, ornate, 3100-seat Rapp & Rapp designed movie palace, built in 1929 and currently undergoing full restoration. It is one of the finest surviving theatres of its type in the New York area. Further info: www.loewsjersey.org Hope to see as many HTF'er's there as possible!