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It's the 52nd anniversary of Mrs. Robinson's scandalicious seduction of disillusioned college grad Benjamin Braddock in the cozy confines of a post-World War II world. And Simon & Garfunkel's haunting soundtrack captivated a generation with "The Sound of Silence" and "Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson."
The film won a Best Director Oscar in 1967 for Mike Nichols, and nominations for Best Picture, Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. Don't have a date? Don't need one! Join us as we count down the 12 best American movies of all time — one month at a time.
Your $10 ticket gets you the film, a complimentary glass of wine and a "Kiss!
Thursday, April 11, 7 pm