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Mark your calendars. Monster Squad is coming back to the big screen for two days. On Saturday October 8 and Sunday October 9 at 2:00pm, Family Pictures presents a 35mm print of The Monster Squad at the Hollywood Theatre.
The Monster Squad (1987)
Dracula recruits Frankenstein’s monster, the Mummy, the Wolfman, and the Gillman in an attempt to take over the world. A group of misfit kids uncovers the devious plan, and attempts to put together a counter-strike!
Tickets are $5. Family Pictures is a monthly series of family films
on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Classic kid’s movies on the big
screen. All information, including the trailer, can be found here:
Monster Squad at the Hollywood Theatre
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There has been no shortage of cartoon cats in the last 100 years. Whether in comic strips or animated form, cartoon cats have been a traditional part of our culture for decades. It started with Felix the Cat in 1919. Felix became the first cartoon character to cross over into the mainstream and grew to be a pop culture phenomenon. Many cats have made their mark in cartoons since Felix. Sylvester, Tom, Mr. Jinx, Top Cat, Heathcliff and a host of other cartoon felines have made us laugh over the years. In 1978, we were introduced to another cat who would go on to become one of the most popular ever; created by Jim Davis, Garfield appeared in his first comic strip in June of that year and he's been going strong ever since.
In 2007, the Garfield strip won a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the most widely syndicated comic strip on Earth, »
- Rob Young
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