Fall/Winter Sunday Matinee Film Buffs Series

September, 2018 – April, 2019

The Toronto Film Society’s 71st Season of the Sunday Fall/Winter Matinee Film Buffs Program is here.  Featuring another 14 classic films in 7 double-bill screenings from September to April.

All films in the Sunday Fall/Winter Matinee Film Buffs Program will be screened at the fully-renovated University of Toronto’s Innis Town Hall Theatre, located at 2 Sussex Avenue, near the St. George subway.  Doors open at 1:10 pm and screenings begin at 1:30 pm sharp. There will be a 15 minute intermission between films.

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  • The Story of Will Rogers (1952)

    Run Time: 109 min. | Colour Director: Michael Curtiz Stars: Will Rogers Jr., Jane Wyman, James Gleason, Eddie Cantor Genres: Biography | Comedy | Drama Storyline An extremely well done biopic...

    Mr. Skitch (1933)

    Run Time: 70 min. | b/w Director: James Cruze Stars: Will Rogers, Rochelle Hudson, ZaSu Pitts Genres: Comedy | Adventure | Romance Storyline The beloved comedian is cast here as...

    Doctor in the House (1954)

    Run Time: 92 min. | Colour Director: Ralph Thomas Stars: Dirk Bogarde, Muriel Pavlow, Kenneth More, Kay Kendall Genres: Comedy Storyline Highly amusing, about the hectic and hilarious life of a...

    Happy Ever After [Tonight’s the Night] (1954)

    Run Time: 88 min. | Colour Director: Mario Zampi Stars: David Niven, Barry Fitzgerald, Yvonne De Carlo Genres: Comedy Click here to purchase Trial Membership of Doctor in the House and Happy Ever After...

    Melody Cruise (1933)

    Run Time: 76 min. | b/w Director: Mark Sandrich Stars: Phil Harris, Charlie Ruggles, Helen Mack Genres: Comedy | Musical | Romance Storyline A top-notch pre-Code musical noted for its ribald storyline, which...

    Interrupted Melody (1955)

    Run Time: 106 min. | Colour Director: Curtis Bernhardt Stars: Eleanor Parker, Glenn Ford, Roger Moore Genres: Biography | Drama | Music Storyline A fine biopic of Australian-born Marjorie Lawrence, an opera star...


  1. Ralph Burrows

    September 22, 2014 at 12:15 pm

    The Sunday 2014 fall/winter program looks the most interesting to me but it is unclear to me WHICH sundays are involved. Other than all movies being marked as September 12-2014 don’t see when the movies are playing. Nor do I see a simple “calendar” of the dates.

    Also which theatre are the films being presented in.

    Please advise…….R

    • dbrgss

      September 28, 2014 at 7:53 pm

      Hi Ralph… The website has been updated with the dates and times.

      Sorry for the delay.

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