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Calling all aviation enthusiasts – this is your chance to see two classic RAF movies on the big screen (Hull - Yorkshire).



 
 
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Old September 7th 04, 01:30 PM
Phillip Rhodes
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Default Calling all aviation enthusiasts – this is your chance to see two classic RAF movies on the big screen (Hull - Yorkshire).

Calling all aviation enthusiasts – this is your chance to see two
classic RAF movies on the big screen.

To commemorate Battle Of Britain Week in this the 60th Anniversary
Year of D-Day, HULL SCREEN – East Yorkshire's only art house cinema is
bringing two classic British films back to the silver screen. This is
your chance to see:

The Way to the Stars - Friday 10th September at 2pm and 7.30pm

Known for its memorable opening sequence, this classic film is a must
see on the big screen. Good performances distinguish this evocation
of a World War Two bomber base in England. Studiously antiheroic in
its concentration on human relationships rather than stirring combat.
Although set in the South of England ‘The Way to the Stars' was
actually filmed at RAF Catterick in North Yorkshire in 1945.

Journey Together - Saturday 11th September at 7.30pm

Directed by John Boulting and produced by the RAF Film Unit in 1945,
this film pays tribute to those who trained and flew with Bomber
Command. Richard Attenborough (in his first starring role) plays an
aspiring pilot who travels to America – only to be told by his flying
instructor (played by Edward G Robinson) that he won't make the grade.
Instead he returns to England as a bumbling navigator, where his
questionable skills are put to the test as they ditch in open water
following a raid on Germany.

Without grovelling too much, the premise behind appealing directly to
those with a keen interest in the RAF (and our aeronautical heritage)
is that if successful, more classics of the British cinema will be
shown. So this is your chance to support one of the north's few
remaining independent cinemas – through your patronage. The more bums
on seats the more likely that other classic aviation films will be
shown. For additional programme and location details telephone Hull
Screen Box Office on (01482) 327600.

HULL SCREEN
Central Library
Albion Street
Kingston upon Hull

Box Office Opening Times

Monday 9.30am – 5.30pm
Tuesday-Friday 9.30am – 7.30pm
Saturday 9.30am – 7.30pm

Contact Hull Screen Box Office on (01482) 327600 for full details on
ticket prices and availability.

Best Wishes

Phillip Rhodes
British Aviation Heritage Enthusiast
www.driffieldaerodrome.co.uk
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