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Film Presentations by Keith Crocker

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Keith is an animated lover of movies. I've enjoyed each presentation - both live and virtual.



Hello Constituency,

Here is my March/April 2024 calendar of events. I ask that you hold on to this email so you can reference it as needed.

As far as Adult Education goes, I have programs running  at Hutton House in both March/April. EUROPE'S WILD WEST: THE AMERICAN WEST SEEN THROUGH AN ITALIAN LENS! Join me for screenings and discussions of A Fistful of Dollars (1964) starring Clint Eastwood and The Mercenary (1968) Starring Franco Nero.  March 4 & 11. Then join me for The History of Motown Records March 25, Bob (Dylan), Beatles & the Byrds April 8 and the History of Crosby, Stills Nash and Young April 15.  Adult education at it's finest. Sign up here: . And on March 27 I'll be doing a brand new program called Murder and Mayhem in Laurel Canyon, which ties in the relationship between Charles Manson and the Laurel Canyon music scene of the 1960's. This will be at the Cumberland Adult Ed canter in Great Neck. Sign up here:

Library Presentations-



Monday February 26, Bryant library 1pm Whirlpool (1950) Film Noir theater screening. With Gene Tierney and Richard Conte.

Tuesday February 27, Commack library 2pm I Love Lucy- Lucille Ball from Hollywood to TV!

Thursday February 29, Merrick library 1pm 1939: The Golden Age of Hollywood 


Wednesday March 13, Commack library 2pm Hedy Lemarr- Beauty with Brains

Thursday March 14, Penninsula library 11am (virtual) The Beatles vs the Stones- History of two super groups

Monday March 18, East Meadow library 1pm The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus (featuring the Stones, Jethro Tull, the Who, etc) Pop Culture screenings

Tuesday March 19, Bryant library 1pm (virtual) The Lovin' Spoonful- Group history

Friday March 22, Bryant library 1pm Film Noir theater screening. Jennifer (1953) with Ida Lupino and Howard Duff.


Friday April 5, Bryant library 1pm (virtual) Procol Harum- "A Whiter Shade of Pale" Group history

Friday April 12, East Meadow library 1pm The Monterey Pop Festival (1967) (featuring Jimmi Hendrix, the Who, Canned Heat, Janis Joplin) Pop Culture screenings

Friday April 19, Bryant library 1pm Film Noir theater screening The Amazing Mr. X (1947) with Turhan Bey and Lynne Bari.



    In between these listed programs I'm usually booked by private organizations which of course I don't list here. If you are part of any of these organizations my bookings will be listed on their calendars.

   Folks, I ask that you please register at each library for each presentation or screening, as these days libraries seem to require this.

    Also, I know many of you may already know this, but I have a side business that specializes in transferring 8mm, super 8mm and 16mm to disc or thumb drive. I can also put VHS & Beta to disc, 8mm video to disc, etc...So feel free to email me or hit me up after a presentation if you are in need of such services. I can supply testimonials as well.

  As always, I thank each and every one of you for your support.

Kindest regards,
Keith J. Crocker
Cinematic Seminars

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