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Classic Movie Night Recommendation: Key Largo (1948)

Key Largo (1948)

Saturday, July 6th   

8:00PM (ET)

Frank McCloud (Humphrey Bogart) has arrived in Key Largo to meet with the family of one of the men he commanded during the war.  James Temple (Lionel Barrymore) is the proprietor of the Hotel Largo and runs it with his late sons’ wife, Nora (Lauren Bacall). The arrival of Frank has allowed them to find out more about George’s time in the war and subsequent death.  However, Frank becomes involved in the drama that will unfold at the hotel during a summer hurricane.

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