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06 May 2015

Hot, hot! Movie Memories on sale

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It's the first ever Hot, Hot, Movie Memories sale.

You better act fast, though.  This is a limited offer and sales like this don't come along very often.

From now through May 31, we're offering deep discounts on Movie Memories with Larry Ratliff presentations:  Book one presentation celebrating the magic of the movies and save $50.  Book three presentations by May 31 and bump the savings to $75.

Book five Movie Memories presentations by May 31 and save a whopping $100.

You read right.  That means your group, corporation or senior residential facility can honor those who died in active military service around Memorial Day with "A Salute to the Great War Movies," heat up the summer with "Hollywood's Hot Movie Scandals," enjoy the much-talked-about "Best Movies You've Never Heard Of" in the early fall, keep the party going with "Romantic Comedies of the 1990s and 2000s" in late fall or early winter and still celebrate the festive season with "Happy Ho-Ho-Holidays:  Great Holiday Movies" all for just ...

Well, we don't want to shock anyone with these low prices in print, so call 214-364-7364 to book your fun, insightful trip down Cinematic Memory Lane.

But wait, there's more!  This is a mix-and-match sale, which means your group can choose from our entire menu of 26 Movie Memories presentations.  Click here to view the entire menu.  Call today -- 214-364-7364 -- to reserve your presentations before all the slots are filled.

Remember, you must book your Movie Memories presentations by May 31 to get the drastically reduced price of ... Well, you just have to call.

That's 214-364-7364.  Operators are standing by, lounging around or perhaps even dozing off, but they'll be ready to go when you call.  Are you?

Making Movie Memories in the Bayou City

Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson take on ranching, drilling for oil and loving Texas style in "Giant." (

It was an honor to motor over to Houston's Eagle's Trace retirement community recently for my "Movies Set in the Lone Star State" presentation, which began and ended with Alamo movies and included Academy Award-winner Giant, the larger-than-life, star-studded 1956 tale of cattle, oil and bubbling emotions starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson and James Dean.

Thanks to Jo Pyle and all the fine folks at Eagle's Trace for a most enjoyable afternoon of classic movies, interesting moments and classy folks.