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Thursday January 24

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969)

A liberated young schoolteacher at an Edinburgh girls’ school in the period between the two wars, instructs her girls on the ways of life. Ignoring the more mundane subjects, she teaches them of love, politics and art. Her affairs with two male teachers become known and she finds herself fighting to keep her job. She believes that she can always count on the 100% support of her favourite pupils, but one of them does not feel that Miss Jean Brodie is in her “prime” any more. No longer swayed by her teacher’s eloquence, she begins to learn about life and love herself.

Directed by: Ronald Neame
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Running Time: 116 min.
Rated: PG


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Thursday January 31

The Prince and the Showgirl (1957)

A captivating musical set at the turn-of-the-century. The Smith family has four beautiful daughters, including 17 year old While visiting London in 1911 to attend the crowning of King George V, a stuffy Carpathian nobleman (Laurence Olivier) surprisingly finds himself attracted to saucy American showgirl Elsie Marina (Marilyn Monroe) in this bright romantic comedy. But complications and political intrigue ensue as a plot to topple the Balkan throne comes to light. Sybil Thorndike shines as the off-her-trolley queen dowager.

Directed by: Laurence Olivier
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Running Time: 115 min.
Rated: NR


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Thursday February 7

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

When Jane Hudson (Bette Davis) was a child star her sister Blanche (Joan Craw- ford) lived quietly in her shadow. Now years later roles have switched and Blanche is a beautiful Hollywood movie star while Jane can only get extra roles. Blanche becomes crippled in a car accident and is confined to a wheelchair. Jane, the sweet-as-sugar child star, plots a comeback as she makes her sister’s life a living hell.

Directed by: Robert Aldrich
Genre: Horror / Drama / Thriller
Running Time: 134 min.
Rated: NR


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Thursday February 14
Special Valentines Day Presentation

War of the Roses (1989)

Danny DeVito directs and co-stars in this explosive portrayal of a 17-year marriage gone wrong. Oliver (Michael Douglas) and Barbara (Kathleen Turner) Rose are calling it quits as a couple, but neither wants to give up ownership of their house. Instead of going about an amicable negotiation, they declare all-out war on each other, with alternately hilarious and horrifying results. Sean Astin and Heather Fairfield co-star as their neglected children.

Directed by: Danny DeVito
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Running Time: 116 min.
Rated: R


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Saturday February 16
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992)

Airhead cheerleader Buffy (Kristy Swanson) is the “chosen one” of her generation - earmarked to kill vampires infesting our streets and towns. Donald Sutherland plays her mentor, and Rutger Hauer is Lothos, the alpha male bloodsucker she’s assigned to liquidate. This precursor to the TV series features plenty of campy fun.

Directed by: Fran Rubel Kuzui
Genre: Comedy / Horror
Running Time: 86 min.
Rated: PG-13


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Thursday February 21

The Letter (1940)

Based on W. Somerset Maugham’s novel and directed by William Wyler, this drama stars Bette Davis in one of her nastiest film roles. After shooting Geoffrey (David Newell), Leslie (Bette Davis) tells husband Robert (Herbert Marshall) and their lawyer (James Stephenson) that it was self-defense. But Leslie’s case begins to fall apart when a letter reveals that she may have planned the murder, and Geoffrey’s widow (Gale Sondergaard) attempts blackmail.

Directed by: William Wyler
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 95 min.
Rated: NR


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Thursday February 28

Butterfield 8 (1960)

The screen adaptation of the John O’Hara’s novel about a beautiful high-priced New York model Gloria Wandrous (Elizabeth Taylor) who moonlights as a call-girl but is ever searching for lasting love. Her life drastically changes when she falls for Weston Liggett (Laurence Harvey), a philandering lawyer who unhappily married into a wealthy family. She is willing to change for but he turns on her when she needs him the most. Eddie Fisher and Dina Merrill co-star. Her vivid portrayal won Taylor won her first Best Actress Academy Award®.

Directed by: Daniel Mann
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 106 min.
Rated: NR


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Thursday March 7

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982)

Burt Reynolds plays Ed Earl Dodd, a sheriff who’s more interested in keeping open his town’s most popular business - the “Chicken Ranch,” a notorious Texas whorehouse - than in carrying out the letter of the law. Dolly Parton is Mona Stangely, the whorehouse madam who also happens to hold the sheriff’s interest.

Directed by: Colin Higgins
Genre: Comedy / Musical
Running Time: 114 min.
Rated: R


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Thursday March 14

The Women (1939)

Mary Haines (Norma Shearer) thinks she has the perfect life until she discovers that her husband is having an affair with Crystal Allen (Joan Crawford). Sylvia Fowler (Rosalind Russell) and her other friends spend most of their time gossiping about Mary’s troubled marriage. Mary decides to get a divorce and goes to Reno with her friend, Peggy (Joan Fontaine). They meet Miriam Aarons (Paulette Goddard) and the Countess DeLave (Mary Boland) who are also getting divorced. Mary tries to cope with the end of her marriage while the other women deal with their own tumultuous love lives.

Directed by: George Cukor
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Running Time: 133 min.
Rated: NR


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Saturday March 16, 2013

Showgirls (1995)

Nomi Malone (Elizabeth Berkley) is a fiercely independent young woman who comes to Las Vegas running from a troubled past. She lands a job as an erotic dancer at the Cheetah Club and also works as a lap dancer in the club’s back room. Zack (Kyle Maclachlan), the handsome and ambitious entertainment director at the Stardust, could push Nomi into the spotlight. Cristal (Gina Gershon), the glamorous star of the stage show “Goddess,” is inexorably drawn to Nomi’s beauty and spirit and may make her...or break her.

Directed by: Paul Verhoeven
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 128 min.
Rated: NC-17


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Thursday March 21

Klute (1971)

Thoroughly inhabiting what is by far one of her greatest roles, Jane Fonda won a Best Actress Academy Award® for her role as a manipulative big- city prostitute who helps a small-town detective named Klute (Donald Sutherland) solve a missing persons case. “Working girl” Bree Daniels (Jane Fonda) dismisses men as victims of their own base instincts - until she meets the incorruptible Klute and starts to fall for him.

Directed by: Alan J. Pakula
Genre: Mystery / Thriller
Running Time: 114 min.
Rated: R


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Thursday March 28

Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Serial bank robbers, sometime lovers and folkloric heroes Bonnie Parker (Faye Dunaway) and Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) barrel across depression-ravaged America on a shooting spree that ends in a deadly rain of bullets and tragedy. Directed by Arthur Penn, this stylish and sexy film shattered the mold when it came to crime pictures, layering comedy onto mayhem and youthful criminality. Gene Hackman, Michael J. Pollard, Estelle Parsons and making his big- screen debut, Gene Wilder.

Directed by: Arthur Penn
Genre: Drama / Crime / Biography
Running Time: 112 min.
Rated: R


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