Friday, September 4 – 7:30 PM- Carl Reiner is back @ the AERO!
Join us as we welcome back Carl Reiner signing the third volume of his trilogy, “What I Forgot to Remember” in the lobby at 6:30 pm.
Then join us for “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid” & a discussion w/ Carl following the film. That alone will be worth the price of admission!
Then stick around for “Notorious” and enjoy some more Ingrid Bergman and that Cary Grant fella.
Here’s a little about Carl’s book:
It’s finally here – the last installment of the Carl Reiner “I Remember” Trilogy (which is not to say he won’t continue to remember and write). In 2012, Carl wrote his hilarious and heartwarming memoir, “I Remember Me,” chronicling ninety years of living and laughing, with twelve Emmys and a Grammy to attest to his esteemed career in show business. Over the next two years, so many more stories continued to flood Carl’s memory that he felt compelled to follow up with the equally rich and funny, “I Just Remembered.” In this latest work, “What I Forgot To Remember,” Carl has written a book that goes beyond the scope of mere life and showbiz memories.
DEAD MEN DON’T WEAR PLAID, 1982, Universal, 88 min. Dir. Carl Reiner. Steve Martin is a private eye who interacts with some of film noir’s iconic characters thanks to gorgeous black-and-white cinematography and some creative editing. Humphrey Bogart, Barbara Stanwyck and Ingrid Bergman (whose scenes were repurposed from NOTORIOUS) are just some of the famous faces you’ll spot!
NOTORIOUS, 1946, Walt Disney Co., 101 min. Director Alfred Hitchcock’s superb espionage thriller and intoxicating love story follows allied agent Cary Grant as he convinces disillusioned party girl Ingrid Bergman, the daughter of a supposed traitor, to marry and spy on her father’s Nazi friend (Claude Rains). This plan becomes complicated by the smoldering romance that emerges between Grant and Bergman.