This May we’re celebrating the 1950s’ cinema with a series of classic films from that decade join us May 29th at 2 pm for the film Track of the Cat, with Robert Mitchum.
A family saga: In a stunning mountain valley ranch setting near Aspen, complex and dangerous family dynamics play out against the backdrop of the first big snowstorm of winter and an enormous panther with seemingly mythical qualities which is killing cattle. An arrogant, pitiless son (Robert Mitchum) and a rigid pharisaic mother side against a moral eldest son and a defeated alcoholic father while the youngest son tries to lay low, hoping against hope to persuade his family to allow him to marry a girl he has brought to visit. The girl, however, draws venomous condemnation and the two elder brothers set out in the midst of a violent snowstorm on a dangerous mission to kill the deadly panther. (imdb.com)
This movie is rated PG and runs 102 minutes. This program is free and open to the public; popcorn will be provided. Call the Library at 315.655.9322 with questions.