Third Friday of Each Month
Alcona County Library
July 2017: James Dean made his name in "Rebel Without a Cause."
June2017: Heiress Joan Fontaine suspects new husband Cary Grant may have her murder in mind in "Suspicion."
May 2017: "Casablanca" features Humphry Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in a World War II drama.
April 2017: Seductress Barbara Stanwyk wants Fred MacMurray to kill her husband in a story of lust and greed.
March 2017: Gary Cooper faces both moral and practical dilemmas in "High Noon."
February 2017: The screwball comedy "It Happened One Night," winner of five Oscars.
January 2017: Thunder Bay International Film Festival
December 2016: "A Christmas Carol" (1951) with Alistair Sim.
November 2016: "All About Eve," with ingenue Ann Baxter and aging actress Bette Davis as the protagonists.
October 2016: "Young Frankenstein," the Gene Wilder-Mel Brooks cult hit.
September 2016: "Sunset Boulevard," famous for Gloria Swanson's mad eyes.
August 2016: "Arsenic and Old Lace," Frank Capra's lighthearted look at insanity running in the family.
July 2016: "Rear Window," an Alfred Hitchcock suspense tale with Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly.
June 2016: "Brigadoon," starring Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse.
May 2016: "Inherit the Wind," a lightly fictionalized account of the Scopes trial.
April 2016: "To Kill a Mockingbird," Gregory Peck's favorite movie.
March 2016: "The Quiet Man," with John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara.
February 2016: "Singin' in the Rain," Doris Day's first starring role alongside Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor.
January 2016: "Rebecca," the Daphne DuMaurier novel brought to the screen.
December 2015: "The Bishop's Wife," with Loretta Young opposite David Niven and Cary Grant.
Free movie, free popcorn, free beverages
Come see a great movie on the third Friday of every month. Curtain time is 5:45 p.m. at the Harrisville branch of the Alcona County Library, just after the library closes. Bring your friends and neighbors along for the fun.Alcona County Library Movie PageFilm Events Home PageWebsite Home Page
All movies are suitable for general audiences, but younger children might want to go to the library's frequent family-friendly afternoon shows instead.
To learn the title of next month's film, call the library at 989-724-6796 or visit the library's website through the button below.