"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.
September 15th: The Chase: (Film Noir, 1946, 94 min) Robert Cummings, Steve Cochran, Peter Lorre. A veteran turned chauffeur becomes entangled with a gangster and his wife.
September 22nd: Happy Go Lovely: (Romantic Comedy, 1952, 97 min.) David Niven, Vera-Ellen, Caesar Romero. A stuffy business man finds adventure and romance when he agrees to finance a musical
September 29th: The Captive Heart: (Drama, 1946 86. min.) Michael Redgrave, Rachel Kempson. A man escapes a concentration camp only to become a prisoner of war.
October 6th: Penny Serenade (Drama, 1941, 119 min.) Cary Grant, Irene Dunne. A couple shares both joys and sorrows.
October 13th: No presentation due to the Columbus Day holiday.
October 20th: His Girl Friday (Comedy, 1940, 92 min.) Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell. Two divorced journalists make news together.
October 27th: Charade (Mystery 1963, 113 min.) Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn. A widow races a trio of crooks to find her husband’s fortune.
Film titles and dates are occasionally subject to change.
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