'The Big Heat' at the Palais, Sunday 2nd July

posted Jun 18, 2017, 3:57 PM by Posts Editor   [ updated Jun 18, 2017, 4:01 PM ]
Deb Combes writes: 

'I have searched the vault, and found this famous 1953 gangster film ‘The Big Heat’. Directed by Fritz Lang and stars Glen Ford as Dave Bannion in a stellar performance. 
Synopsis: Unrelentingly brutal crime drama centers on a street-toughened detective Dave Bannion (Glen Ford) who takes on a politically powerful crime syndicate after his wife is accidentally killed by the gangsters who have been assigned to murder him. The Big Heat is rated PG.'  
 
Sunday 2 July upstairs at the Franklin Palais.  Doors open 6.30pm, film starts when someone flicks the lights. After 7.15pm but before 7.30pm. Yes, simple but it still works a treat.  Admission: $5 (I promise you will not be disappointed).  Bar will be running with reasonably priced quality refreshments to assist with digesting this high quality offering, the usual red/white/beer/cider/tea/coffee/milky milo.  Please bring a plate ( with something on it ) to share for supper during the intermission. Hope you can make it.