This Week on the BL: Great Library Scenes in Film

Hey friends!

I know, I know – it’s Friday and you’ve all been patiently waiting for another dose of the Brash Librarian. It’s been a hard week, lots of book stamping in archives and schoolwork. Now it’s time to relax. Maybe a movie? I know Warm Bodies came out today, and you all know how much I love my zombie movies. Like…alot. My Brash sidekick Katy can vouch for that. Speaking of which, Katy came to see me at work today! She’s been hard at work at her librarian job in West Palm, and she drove up to see her family and friends. AND SHE BROUGHT YUMMY FOOD!!! Amish friendship bread is the good stuff.

Back to movies though! So Katy sent me a great page on 16 of the greatest library moments in film and I had a blast reading through them. Low and behold, look what came up:

I want a giant marble X in my library. I’ll take the German hottie and bumbling colleague as well. Just try and stop me, Nazis.

The library in Alexandretta made the list! Because X marks the spot, that’s why.

Others include some great film gems, check them out! I think there’s one about some guys who bust ghosts or something. (Dylan, Nigel, Grant…I’m looking at you here.)

That’s all I got this week, hope you all have fun over the weekend! For those of you who are local, I recommend the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire. I’ll be there tomorrow, maybe I’ll see you there?

Coming up next week: …I don’t know, I’m just kinda winging next week. You know, being BRASH and whatnot.

Stay safe and study/work/play/activity hard!

Justin Brasher, Brash Librarian

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