December 2 - February 24
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. 

WINTER 2014 - 2015

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


December 2        
Christmas In Connecticut   - Starring Barbara Stanwyck, (1945) NR, 105 min
A war hero has won a Christmas dinner to be prepared by the magazine’s housekeeping expert, Stanwyck, in her home in Connecticut.  However, she doesn’t cook and she doesn’t have a home in Connecticut.  

December 9         
Holiday Inn  Starring Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, (1942), NR, 101 min
Crosby decides to purchase a rustic New England farm and converts it to an inn, which he opens to the public only on holidays.

December 16        
Angels Sing   Starring Connie Britton, Harry Connick Jr, Willie Nelson  (2013), PG, 89 min
A man is forced to confront his past during the holiday season when his family rents a beautiful home where everyone in the neighborhood decorates for Christmas.
December 30     
Little Women   Starring June Allyson, Peter Lawford (1949), NR, 121 min
Set in New England during the civil war, the film relates the various adventures of the March sisters.  

January 6         
The Mask of Zorro   Starring Antonio Banderas, Anthony Hopkins (1998) PG-13, 136 min
20 yrs have passed since Don Diego de la Vega (Hopkins) fought oppression as the legendary hero, Zorro.  In an attempt to find a worthy successor, the old man latches onto a drifter whom Zorro transforms into the fearless romantic hero he once was.

January 13              
Americanization of Emily   Starring James Garner, Julie Andrews (1964), NR, 115 min
Garner is fall guy for a U.S. Admiral’s master plan to have an American naval officer be that first Normandy invasion victim.  In the meantime he falls in love with virtuous war widow, Andrews.
January 20        
El Dorado   Starring John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, James Caan (1967) G, 126 min
Mitchum plays an alcoholic sheriff beset by a ruthless land baron.  Wayne and company reform Mitchum and clean up his town in the boisterous comedy-adventure.

January 27        
Mrs. Miniver   Starring Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon (1942) NR, 134 min
In the months and years that followed the announcement of World War II, a brave and lovely lady goes about her tasks, coping courageously with every horror that war can bring.

February 3       
42   Starring Harrison Ford, Chadwick Boseman  (2013) PG-13, 128 min
Jackie Robinson’s story is told of how he paved a new road for minorities by being the first African-American to play in Major League baseball since the racial barrier was put in place in the late 1800’s.

February 10        
Goldfinger   Starring Sean Connery  (1964) PG, 112 min
 Bond has to prevent a notorious gold smuggler, Goldfinger, from robbing Fort Knox.

February 17        
Anything Goes  Starring Bing Crosby, Donald O’Connor (1956) NR, 110 min
Bill and Ted agree to collaborate on their next musical just as soon as they return from their respective vacations. Complications arise when unbeknownst to one another they hire different potential leading ladies.

February 24        
Agony & The Ecstasy  Starring Charlton Heston, Rex Harrison (1965) PG, 140 min
 Huge spectacle that dramatizes the triumphs and conflicts of Michelangelo’s artistic views  with Pope Julius II.