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"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.

Silver Screen Classics is Available at These Locations
Blackstone Valley Broadway City Center
Edgewater Farmingdale Island 16
Jamaica Lawrence Legacy Place
North Attleboro Patriot Place Randolph
Revere Ridge Hill Saw Mill 
Seekonk Rt 6 Springdale Sunrise
Warwick Woburn Worcester North