The Roger Moore Film Festival returns with a fabulous double bill.
The Sea Wolves (1980) sees Roger team up with fellow quintessential gentlemen Gregory Peck and David Niven in an operation to stop the Germans sinking British merchant ships during WWII. A wonderful score by Roy Budd soundtracks classic espionage and special forces action.
There is also a Teutonic theme to Fire, Ice & Dynamite (1990). Willy Bogner directs this action comedy and Steffi Graff takes time out from winning Wimbledon to make a cameo appearance. Roger stars as eccentric entrepreneur Sir George Windsor. Debt ridden and ridden with guilt about the rain forest, Sir George fakes his own death and pits his creditors into a sporting contest the likes of which the world has never seen! Fire, Ice & Dynamite does come with a health warning, such is the level of product placement you may feel compelled to book an alpine skiing holiday after viewing.
Doors open at 12.30, for a 13.00 start.
Refreshments will be available in our licensed cafe/bar.