September 9 - November 25, 2014
Tuesday morning movies on the big screen featuring your favorite films from past decades!
  • Times:
    Every Tuesday @ 10:00am
  • Prices:
    $2.00 per person (18 years and older only. No children, please)
    Tickets go on sale 30 minutes prior to each show.
  • Location:
    SCERA Center: XanGo Grand Theatre
    745 South State Street, Orem, UT 84058

Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer, SCERA is continuing our popular Cinema Classics Series featuring some of your favorite films spanning the decades!  The movies show 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!  A special concessions deal is available offering a Cinema Pack with popcorn, a small fountain drink and your choice of selected candy for just $2.00. 

FALL 2014

WHEN: Tuesdays at 10:00am   
WHERE:  SCERA Center for the Arts
AGE:  For Adults 18+ only (no children, please)   
COST:  $2.00 per person


Sept 9        
Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Clifton Webb (1953) Not Rated, 98 min
A man and his wife are caught in the tragic sinking of the Titanic on her maiden voyage in 1912.  Personal heroism and self-sacrifice are climaxed by the awesome final plunge of the ship into the depths of the seas.

Sept 16    
“North to Alaska” 
Starring John Wayne, Stewart Granger (1960), Not Rated, 132 min
A fast-moving, two-fisted rousingly funny Western about a man sent to pick up a mail order bride who brings back a questionable lady instead.

Sept 23    
“To Catch a Thief”  
Alfred Hitchcock’s, Starring Cary Grant, Grace Kelly  (1955), Not Rated, 106 min
Retired jewel thief Grant is suspected of committing new thefts when an imposter copies his style.  As he tries to catch the real burglar, he falls in love with Grace Kelly who is accompanied by her diamond-encrusted mother.

Sept 30     
“We’re No Angels”  
Starring Humphrey Bogart, Peter Ustinov (1955), Not Rated, 103 min
Three convicts escape from Devil’s island and decide to do a good deed by assisting a befuddled shopkeeper.

Oct 7        
“The Monuments Men”  
Starring George Clooney, Matt Damon (2014) PG-13, 112 min
The incredible story of seven art historians and museum curators who went behind enemy lines during World War II on a mission to recover some of the world’s greatest works of art.

Oct 14              
“Reluctant Debutante”  
Starring Sandra Dee, Rex Harrison (1958), Not Rated, 94 min
Jimmy (Harrison) has a daughter, Jane (Dee), though the girl is dead set against it, Jimmy insists that Jane make her society debut in London so his darling daughter will meet the “right” kind of man..
Oct 21        
Starring Leslie Caron, Maurice Chavalier (1958) G, 116 min
Gigi (Caron) a young girl, is raised by two veteran Parisian courtesans, to be the mistress of wealthy young man.   Maurice Chevalier who gets the best Lerner & Loewe tunes: “Thanks Heavens for Little Girls” &  “I Remember it Well”.

Oct 28        
Alfred Hitchcock’s Starring Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn (1963) Not Rated, 113 min
Comedy-Mystery with Grant aiding widow Hepburn to recover fortune secreted by her husband, who is being sought after by a trio of sinister crooks.

Nov 4        
Starring Matthew McConaughey, Bill Paxton  (2000) PG-13, 116 min
In this World War II thriller, American reconnaissance agents learn that a German submarine is sinking.  The doomed ship carries an Enigma Machine, a special coding device that allows high-level Axis forces to send messages.

Nov 11        
“November Christmas”  
Hallmark Hall of Fame -  Starring John Corbett  (2010) PG, 96 min
 A very sick girls’ father comes up with an ambitious plan to “move the clock”, so his daughter will experience an exciting Halloween (albeit in August) and a magical Christmas (in November) no matter what happens.

Nov 18        
“Apollo 13” 
Starring Tom Hanks, Gary Sinise (1995) PG, 140 min
Exhilarating story of ill-fated Apollo 13 moon mission, and how the heroic work of astronaut Jim Lovell and his crew, combined with the dogged persistence of the NASA team in Houston, averted tragedy.

Nov 25        
“You Can’t Take It With You” 
Starring Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore (1938) Not Rated, 126 min
This is the story and the zany, but blissfully happy Sycamore household , presided over by Grandpa Vanderhof (Barrymore).  At the Sycamores' everyone does just what he or she pleases – which is the problem.