‘Classic Movies that Still Matter’ to be Screened at Cape Cod Museum of Art

DENNIS – Cinephiles will have a chance to watch five classic films this summer and fall at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis.

The museum’s ARTfull Thursdays presents “Classic Movies that Still Matter” on one Thursday each month through December.

The series kicks off  Thursday with the 1942 film “Now, Voyager.”

All screenings begin at 6 p.m. and are followed by a discussion led by Gerald Garnick, the vice president of the museum’s board of trustees, or a guest host.

“Dead Reckoning,” starring Humphrey Bogart will be featured on September 21.

The 1952 western “High Noon” starring Gary Cooper will be the film screened October 19, and will be followed by Gene Tierney’s crime story “Laura” on November 16.

The series wraps up December 14 with the 1942 classic “Casablanca,” starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.

The complete series is $40 or $10 for individual movies.

Tickets can be reserved at ccmoa.org or purchased at the door, if space is available.

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