Thursday, April 18, 2013
April's Night Out at the Movies
The evenings are warming up, but we're sneezing from the pollen. It's a pleasant evening for dinner at our usual place, and the paella special is accompanied by a wonderful Spanish white wine. After a dessert of brazos de gitano, we joke over the bill and then head up the street to our favorite theater.
First up is a 1905 bonbon from Segundo de Chomon, "A Dreadful Night."
And since it's cherry blossom time here in DC, here's "Japanese Butterflies" from 1908.
And for the feature presentation...the 1932 horror comedy "Strangers of the Evening."
The show's over, and we wend our way down the street for a drink at our favorite cafe....