|Sep. 26th, 2005 07:40 am SCREAMFEST Ticket Giveaway at October 8th Edition of "Literary Cinema!"|
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The Broward County Main Library Auditorium will be presenting,
free of charge,
the 70th Anniversary of a "Frankenstein" movie
directed by James Whale and starring Boris Karloff.
Sadly due to licensing agreements, the exact title of
the movie can not be revealed to the news media.
Through a donation from the Bonnie Deborah Kafin
25 hard covered copies of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's
"Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus"
will be distributed to the first 25 people in attendance
of the movie on a first come,
first serve basis.
Those in attendance for this Boris Karloff
"Frankenstein" classic will be eligible to win a free
pass for two for "Screamfest 2005," Florida's largest
Horror Convention featuring Linda ("The Exorcist")
Blair, Verne ( "Austin Power) Troyer and Florida
regulars Ricou Browning, George "the Animal" Steele,
Linnea Quigley and Herschell Gordon Lewis.
All "Literary Cinema" Show times
are 1 PM in the Main Library Auditorium.