Red carpet rolled out for Walton and Weybridge Film Society
Guests and members were welcomed to the evening by Ken Wilson, chairman of the society, before taking their seats to enjoy the classic comedy drama, Mr Deeds Goes to Town.
The film holds particular significance as it was the foremost film the society screen back at first meeting in September 1963.
The mayor of Elmbridge Councillor Mike Bennison attended the screening at the Cleves School performance hall on Wednesday, September 18, before cutting the birthday cake to commemorate 50 years.
Films due to be screened by the society include A Late Quartet, Wadjda, Amour and Untouchable.
To join the society, email email@example.com or call 01932 858148.
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