So every summer, the Florida Theatre downtown does the Summer Movie Classics series every Sunday afternoon. In previous years, I've taken in A Man for All Seasons, The Sting and a number of others. It's a great theater and a great way to see a classic movie (and at $6.00 per adult, it kicks Regal's ass).
The lineup for this year was recently released and had some great choices such as An American in Paris, To Catch a Thief, The Searchers, and ... Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band?
You mean the one with George Burns and the friggin Bee Gees in it? Really? Really?!?!?
OK. I'm going out on a limb and guess that either film prints were really hard to come by this year or one of the people in charge of choosing the films was a hard core Peter Frampton fan.