The very first words in this film are the daughter talikng to the Dad:
It's a good job your Masons meetings are only once a month!
I found the script of the play by Harold Brighouse and there are only two references to the Masons:
VICKEY. (reading). Has he had breakfast yet, Maggie? MAGGIE. Breakfast! With a Masons' meeting last night!
MAGGIE. It needn't. (She picks up a slipper on desk L .). See that slipper with a fancy buckle on to make it pretty? Courting's like that, my lass. All glitter and no use to nobody. ( She replaces slipper and sits at her desk.) (HENRY HORATIO HOBSON enters from the house. He is fifty−five, successful, coarse, florid, and a parent of the period. His hat is on. It is one of those felt hats which are half−way to tall hats in shape. He has a heavy gold chain and masonic emblems on it. His clothes are bought to wear.) HOBSON. Maggie, I'm just going out for a quarter of an hour. (Moves over to doors L.)
If you watch the film you'll see that Freemasonry has a bit more of a role in the plot. Hobson regularly goes to The Moonrakers pub and has informal meetings with his fellow Lodge members.
Freeman of the City of Prince George, British Columbia 4th Degree Order of Skinner & Probyn's 18th Degree A&H Art. Company of Mass, USA Orator of the Planispheres &c &c &c GM, Order of Acrimonious Virgin
omni: In my Lodge the Secretary is a hugh bully along with control issues. if anyone even asks a question he files masonic charges against them. He controls members mostly because they are afraid of him.
Apr 16, 2018 1:07:49 GMT
foriamhim: To omni: Grow some balls, that lodge is yours as well as every member in that lodge. If you are right, its not your problem. Nobody likes the ugliness of masonic charges. Light will always illuminate darkness, don't be afraid, be a better man.
May 27, 2018 15:37:09 GMT
foriamhim: Oh, I am a new member and just wanted to say hi...
May 27, 2018 15:39:10 GMT