CINEMA CLASSICS SERIES - SPRING 2013
Tuesday morning movies on the big screen featuring your favorite films from past decades!
February 5 - May 28, 2013
Every Tuesday @ 10:00am
$2.00 per person (18 years and older only. No children, please)
Tickets go on sale 30 minutes prior to each show.
SCERA Center: XanGo Grand Theatre
745 South State Street, Orem, UT 84058
In the fall and in the spring, SCERA offers a Cinema Classics Series of some of your favorite films spanning the decades! The movies show on Tuesday mornings at 10:00am in the remodeled XanGo Grand Theatre at the SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem. Doors open @ 9:30am. No advance tickets or reservations are required. Senior Center groups are always welcome!
WHEN: Tuesdays at 10:00am
WHERE: SCERA Center for the Arts
AGE: For Adults 18+ only (no children, please)
COST: $2.00 per person
February 5 - PT 109
Starring Cliff Robertson, Robert Culp (1963), NR, 140 minutes
Based on a true story of PT-boat commander John F. Kennedy during World War 2.
February 12 - All That Heaven Allows
Starring Jane Wyman, Rock Hudson (1955), NR, 89 minutes
When a widow falls in love with her young gardener, she receives fierce disapproval of her children and her community, who expect widows to wither away beside the television.
February 19 - The Cowboys
Starring John Wayne, Bruce Dern (1972), G, 128 minutes
Pressed for time and desperate for help Will Anderson (Wayne) must turn an assembly of young students into cowboys.
February 26 - The Naked Jungle
Starring Charlton Heston, Eleanor Parker (1954) NR, 95 minutes
An adventure, with Heston and wife Parker on their plantation with an advancing army of red ants.
March 5 - The Blind Side
Starring Sandra Bullock, Tim McGraw (20090, PG-13, 128 minutes
Story of Michael Omer, a homeless African-American youngster who is taken in by a wealthy white family who helped him fulfill his potential as a person and as an athlete.
Starring Esther Williams, Victor Mature (1952), NR, 115 minutes
Williams plays aquatic star Annette Kellerman, alternating her swimming with romancing Mature.
March 19 - Captain Horatio Hornblower
Starring Gregory Peck, Virginia Mayo (1951) NR, 117 minutes
Captain Hornblower, who is plagued by self-doubt, is sent on a mission by the British Navy in 1807 to divert the Spanish allies during the Napoleonic Wars.
March 26 - Easter Parade
Starring Judy Garland, Fred Astaire (1948) NR, 103 minutes
A story of Don Hewes’ (Astaire) rise to stardom with Hannah Brown (Garland).
April 2 - To Have or Have Not
Starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall (1944) NR, 100 minutes
Adapted from Hemingway’s daring story about a Caribbean seaman (Bogart) who becomes involved in a mission for the French resistance.
April 9 - Shop Around the Corner
Starring James Stewart, Margaret Sullivan (1940) NR, 96 minutes
Stewart and Sullivan make a delightful team in this story of a budding romance between clerks who fall in love through a lonely-hearts column.
Apriil 16 - The Hindenburg
Starring George C. Scott, Anne Bancroft, (1975) PG, 125 minutes
Worried by anti-Nazi threats against the gigantic 804 ft Hindenburg, the German government assigns Scott to make the first trans-Atlantic crossing of the season.
April 23 - Chariots of Fire
Starring Ben Cross, Ian Charleson, (1981) PG, 124 minutes
True story of the motives, challenges, and problems of Scottish missionary Eric Liddell and driven Jewish Cambridge student Harold Abrahams who run in the 1924 Paris Olympics.
April 30 - Yours, Mine and Ours
Starring Lucille Ball, Hendry Fonda (1968) NR, 111 minutes
The true story of a widowed mother with eight children who marries a widower with ten children. When they have a child of their own, the bedlam and fun increases!
May 7 - Some Like It Hot
Starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon (1959) NR, 121 minutes
Two musicians are on the run from the mob when they joiin Sugar Kane's traveling troupe of women by hilariously donning makeup and dresses to hide their identity.
May 14 - Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca
Starring Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine (1940), NR, 130 minutes
Based on the famous novel by Daphne Du Maurier. A brooding, mysterious man, Max de Winter, marries a second wife - a shy young former secretary who finds her married life a the ancestral estate dominated by the influence of Rebecca, the deceased first wife.
May 21 - How to Steal a Million
Starring Audrey Hepburn, Peter O' Toole (1966) NR, 127 minutes
Hepburn and O' Toole are a delightful match in this sophisticated comedy about a million-dollar theft in a Paris art museum.
May 28 - Move Over Darling
Starring Doris Day, James Garner (1963) NR, 103 minutes
Five years after a supposedly fatal plane cash, a woman returns home to find her husband on his honeymoon.