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October 2013 | SUN LAKES SPLASH |

8 week look at Great American Films and their scores begins October 5 and 6

Wendy Plotkin (Cottonwood), former

history faculty member at ASU (2003- 2009), is offering eight weeks of talks and fi lms as part of “Cinema and Soundtracks: Surveying Great American Films and their Scores,” on Saturdays and Sundays at 6:30 p.m. from October 5-6, to November 23-24.

(The same fi lm will be shown on

Saturday and Sunday.) The class will be held in Cottonwood, Room A-6, and is limited to Sun Lakes residents. The fi rst session in this series will focus

on fi lms with musical scores by Elmer Bernstein, best known for The Magnifi cent Seven and The Great Escape. Wendy will offer a half hour talk on the fi lm and the score and will follow with a showing of the fi lm. The fi lms to be shown are The Man with the Golden Arm, Fear Strikes Out, The Magnifi cent Seven, To Kill a Mockingbird, Birdman of Alcatraz, The Great Escape, Love with the Proper Stranger and The Rainmaker. Brief, informative handouts will be

distributed at each class. The charge for the course is $40 per

person or $55 per person for two persons from the same Sun Lakes address. Full refunds are available until after the fi rst class. Registration

is required because

seating is limited. For information and registration call Wendy at 480-883-2873.


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