Mark your calendar for: First Monday Films with Irv Slifkin

This month’s feature is “Scarface.” (AKA:  Scarface:  The Shame of a Nation)

1932 90 min. PG.  Directed by Howard Hawks.  With Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak, George Raft, and Boris Karloff.

The original gangster epic from director Howard Hawks and producer Howard Hughes showcases the then-unknown Paul Muni as Tony Camonte, a fictionalized version of Chicago’s Al Capone.  Bootlegging, bombs, machine guns and an unhealthy love for his sister are key elements in the explosive (under)world of the country’s most dangerous man.

When:  Monday, March 5 at 7 PM

Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B