Butch Cassidy Jan. 17 and 20 – Twentieth Century Fox’s Butch Cassidy and a Sundance Kid (1969) – Paul Newman and Robert Redford set a customary for a friend film with this splendidly interesting western classical that during once debunks a parable of a Old West and mourns a passing.
Feb. 21 and 24 – Warner Bros.’ The Maltese Falcon 75th Anniversary (1941) – Dashiell Hammett’s 1930 novel The Maltese Falcon had already been finished into a film twice before a many good famous chronicle was combined in 1941 and became an American cinema classic.
March 20 and 23 – Paramount Pictures’ The Ten Commandments (1956) – Celebrating a 60th anniversary, Cecil B. DeMille’s epic description of a life of Moses finished Charlton Heston a luminary and stays a cinematic triumph.
April 24 and 27 – Sony Pictures’ On The Waterfront (1954) – “The excellent thing ever finished by an American film actor” was how executive Elia Kazan characterized a opening of Marlon Brando in On a Waterfront. Screenplay by Budd Schulberg, this classical story tells of crime and crime among unionized wharf workers in New York and New Jersey.
May 15 and 18 – Paramount Pictures’ Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) – The seminal comedy about a high propagandize student’s furious adventures in a Windy City during a single, stately day off continues to be enjoyed, quoted and worshiped 30 years after a melodramatic debut.
June 26 and 29 – Warner Bros’ Willy Wonka a Chocolate Factory (1971) – Five children win special tickets entitling them to a lifetime supply of candy and a personal debate of a puzzling Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory. Directed by Mel Stuart, starring Gene Wilder as a indeterminate pretension impression and formed on a renouned children’s book by Roald Dahl.
July 24 and 27 – Twentieth Century Fox’s Planet Of The Apes (1968) – Made for reduction than $6 million by Twentieth Century Fox in 1967, Planet of a Apes returned a 600 percent distinction on a investment. Charlton Heston and Roddy McDowall star in this box bureau pound about an wanderer organisation that pile-up lands on a world in a apart destiny where intelligent articulate apes are a widespread species.
Aug. 28 and 31 – Twentieth Century Fox’s The King and we 60th Anniversary (1951) – The intemperate film instrumentation of a Broadway strike starring Deborah Kerr as an English governess who brings complicated ways to 19th century Siam and falls in adore with a aristocrat (Yul Brynner) in a process.
Sept. 18 and 21 – Sony Pictures’ Dr. Strangelove: Or How we Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb (1964) – This shining joke on politics, chief Armageddon and a troops industrial complex, is also a cornucopia of vast comic performances, not a slightest of that were a 3 roles portrayed by Peter Sellers. Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick, Peter George and Terry Southern and destined by Stanley Kubrick.
Oct. 23 and 26 – Warner Bros’ The Shining (1980) – The seminal psychological fear film constructed and destined by Stanley Kubrick, co-written with writer Diane Johnson starring Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Danny Lloyd and Scatman Crothers and formed on Stephen King’s 1977 novel The Shining.
Nov. 27 and 30 – Paramount Pictures’ Breakfast At Tiffany’s (1961) – Audrey Hepburn sparkles as a free-spirited Holly Golightly in executive Blake Edwards’ extravagantly interesting classical about a celebration lady looking for adore in New York City.
Dec. 11 and 14 – Sony Pictures’ From Here To Eternity (1953) – The powerful, picturesque story and extreme complaint of a lives of American troops group (and their women) stationed in peacetime Hawaii in a summer and tumble before a warn conflict on Pearl Harbor. Starring Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Deborah Kerr, Donna Reed and Frank Sinatra, Directed by Fred Zinnemann and screenplay by Daniel Taradash.