The Most Dangerous Game, starring Fay Wray, 1932

The Most Dangerous Game, 1932

A film by by Irving Pichel, Ernest B. Schoedsack

Based on a classic short story, hapless shipwrecked souls, including the beautiful Fay Wray (King Kong), find themselves apparently safe, in a sumptuous castle on a remote island. But could their mysterious benefactor, Count Zaroff, have malevolent intentions?

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Happy Father’s Day!

The Management Team at Face Activities wishes our members a very Happy Father’s Day!


Today is a chance to honor and celebrate our fathers, who have had such a great impact on our lives, and our development as human beings.

As we enjoy time with our father’s, and our families, today, we can’t help but ask ourselves: what’s the history of this popular and endearing holiday tradition that so many enjoy today?

Photo: This work has been released into the public domain by its author, Laubenstein Karen, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This applies worldwide.

The history of Memorial Day

The history of Memorial Day

The last Monday in May is Memorial Day in the U.S., which is a day reserved to honor those who died serving their country in the military.

The management team of Face Activities wishes our members and their families a meaningful and thoughtful memorial day.

This video is a brief history, and meaning, of the holiday:


Photo: By U.S. Department of Defense Current Photos130528-F-AQ406-201, Public Domain, Link

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