So what makes a film a classic? Generally it has to be over 25 years old and have something special about it. Sometimes the production is unique at the time it premiers, or is a well-crafted and well-acted story. But most importantly it speaks to the human condition in an authentic way.
Did you know that every Friday evening you can see two classic movies on CATV's arts & education channel? Details below.
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CATV is madly in love with HiTV. We love everything about their productions even what they've named the show. But mostly we love the glorious talent of all the performers. Performers that are here in the Upper Valley. What a gift they are giving us by sharing these performances. Hopefully after the pandemic we can go to their live performances (& pay them for this fine entertainment).
Mystery series writers Sarah Stewart Taylor & Julia Spencer discuss their works with each other & the Norwich Bookstore.

Experts discuss how to buy an electric or hybrid car as part of this Sustainable Woodstock program.
Kathleen LaLiberte who has had a flower garden for 35 years reveals the life of spring blooming bulbs.
UV Poli-Sci prof Lisa Holmes talks about the Trump judiciary & the Biden presidency.
"Every time I go to a movie, it's magic, no matter what the
movie's about."
—Steven Spielberg, American film director, producer & screenwriter
For Old Movie Lovers
This Friday evening's classic movies on CATV:

8 PM
"The General" starring Buster Keaton (1926)

When Union spies steal an engineer's beloved train, he pursues it single-handedly through enemy lines.

9:30 PM
"Hi De Ho" starring Cab Calloway (1934)

Cab Calloway plays himself in a plot about jealousy, night clubs & gangsters. All surrounded by sassy musical numbers.

How to Watch: Watch through your Roku, Apple TV, Comcast 1075, VTel 1169, or on www.catv8.org through the "WATCH NOW/Broadcasting Now" tab.

Check the schedule on our website to find out future Friday Classic Movie showings. Pop that corn and snuggle up...
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