"Here's looking at you, kid." Whether you're young or old, we all know the classics. Showcase Cinemas can transported you back in time to experience your favorite films from the 1930s-70s the way they were meant to be: back on the big screen!
Silver Screen Classics is offered every Monday at 1:00 pm. Admission is $2.00, which includes a small popcorn and soda.
August 4th: The Groom Wore Spurs: (Comedy, 1951, 80 min.) Ginger Rogers, Jack Carson. Ginger Rogers plays a lawyer trying to keep a hapless movie cowboy out of trouble.
August 11th: That Brennan Girl: (Drama, 1946, 95min.) James Dunn, Mona Freeman. A free-wheeling young woman is eventually redeemed by motherhood.
August 18th: Something To Sing About: (Musical, 1937, 93 min.) James Cagney, William Frawley. A sucessful bandleader questions his quest for fame.
August 25th: Angel with a Trumpet: (Drama, 1950, 115 min.) Eileen Herlie, Maria Schell. An Austrian couple's trials in the years leading to World War II.
Film titles and dates are occasionally subject to change.
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