CINEMA CLASSICS SERIES - SPRING 2015
Tuesday morning movies on the big screen featuring your favorite films from past decades!
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
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.
WHEN: Tuesdays at 10:00am
WHERE: SCERA Center for the Arts
AGE: For Adults 18+ only (no children, please)
COST: $2.00 per person
“People Will Talk” - Starring Cary Grant, Jeanne Crain (1951) NR, 110 min
Dr Noah Praetorius, Grant, is a professor at a medical college who impresses those around him with his unorthodox ways of teaching. Out of the blue he falls in love with a woman, Crain, spiraling him into uncharted territory.
“The High and Mighty” - Starring John Wayne, Claire Trevor (1954) NR, 141 min
When a commercial airliner develops engine problems on a trans-Pacific flight and the pilot losses his nerve, it’s up to the washed-up co-pilot Dan Roman, Wayne, to bring the plane in safely.
“Court Jester” - Starring Danny Kaye, Glynis Johns (1956) PG, 101 min
Kaye plays a court jester whose singing, dancing, and clowning keep him one step away from disaster. Witty, lavish, and one of the most expensive screen comedies ever produced during the era, is Kaye’s most delightful triumph.
“The Bridge on the River Kwai” - Starring William Holden, Alec Guinness (1957) PG, 155 min
Epic about British POW’s building a bridge in World War II Indochina.
“High Noon” - Starring Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly (1952) NR, 84 min
Cooper won an Academy Award for his performance as a small-town sheriff who, on the day of his wedding and scheduled retirement, learns that a criminal he convicted will be returning on the noon train for revenge.
“Laura” - Starring Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews (1944) NR, 88 min
A methodical detective investigates the murder of femme fatale Tierney, only to have the corpse turn up alive.
“The Last of the Dogmen” - Starring Tom Berenger, Barbara Hershey (1995) PG, 118 min
Lewis Gates, a bounty hunter, along with Lillian Stone, an anthropologist, venture into the mountains and discovers an isolated settlement inhabited by a Native American tribe thought to have been wiped out a century earlier.
“To Sir With Love” - Starring Sidney Poitier (1967) NR, 100 min
Poitier accepts a teaching post in London’s East End slums. To reach his sullen, rebellious students, Poitier throws away his textbooks and endeavors to teach them as human beings—and as the adults they’re going to become.
“Tea for Two” - Starring Doris Day, Gordon MacRae (1950) NR, 98 min
Nanette (Day), offers to put up $25,000 if a producer will star her in a Broadway show. The girl’s wealthy uncle advances her the money, with only on one condition; for the next 24 hours she must answer “No” to every question.
“Always” - Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Audrey Hepburn (1989) PG, 122 min
Dreyfuss stars as a reckless fire-fighting pilot who is killed in what was to have been his final mission. In Heaven, he is introduced to an angel, Hepburn, who tries to get him to pass on his aviation knowhow to his young successor.
“Sarah Plain and Tall: Winter’s End” - Hallmark Hall of Fame, Starring Glenn Close, (1999) NR, 120 min
Sarah and husband Jacob (Christopher Walken) deal with the trials of life on their Kansas farm in 1918. Jacob must contend with the unexpected arrival of his father, who left him and his mother behind many years ago.
May 19 - FREE
“The King and I” - Starring Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner (1956) G, 133 min
Brynner’s demanding 19th century king of Siam has indelibly linked him with the role. The clash of temperaments between governess Anna and the King culminates with “Shall We Dance”, one of the most joyous musical moments.