Classic Movie Salon

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We’ve got a James Stewart movie for you this week! No Highway In The Sky (1951) also stars the legendary Marlene Dietrich and was directed by Henry Koster. You can watch it for free on YouTube via the link below along with a story summary. Sign up to watch and receive an email reminder at ClassicMovieSalon.com or via the Huzza iOS app. We’ll talk about the film and other cool topics…it’s like a book group, but no reading required!

We are four people in three US States and two countries discussing one film a week. We think movies are fun when we talk about them with each other, don’t you? Join us Sunday, September 4, 2016 at 11am PDT/2pm EST/19:00 UK…see you there…bring some coffee. Or maybe an egg cream.

Theodore Honey (Stewart) is a widowed and aloof aerospace engineer at an aircraft manufacturer in Farnsborough, England where he lives with his daughter. He’s brilliant at science, but not much else. Honey is tasked with discovering the reason why a Rutland Reindeer airplane tail section failed and caused a crash. As Honey’s investigation proceeds, his unusual behavior puts his mental state into question by everyone except two women (Dietrich and Glynis Johns) he meets on a similar Reindeer airplane. How will Honey save the airplane company, himself and his family? See the movie then join us Sunday live on the show for a great conversation.

ClassicMovieSalon.com Film & Show Schedule:

The Big Country, directed by William Wyler, Sunday September 11, 2016

No Man Of Her Own, Mitchell Leisen, Sunday September 18, 2016

Spellbound, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, Sunday September 25, 2016

Movies we have watched recently, all free on YouTube:

The Prowler The Intruder Wild Strawberries Notorious Tiger Bay 
Night And the City Kansas City Confidential Scandal No Down Payment Mandabi Hell Drivers Raise The Red Lantern Mister 880 Gods Little Acre

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