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The Maltese Falcon

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

September 22 & 25 | Not Rated

Classic detective story from famed mystery writer Dashiell Hammett. Humphrey Bogart, in his star-making role as private eye Sam Spade, is hired by a mysterious woman (Mary Astor) to find her missing sister. The plot thickens with the emergence of unsavory characters dying to get their hands on a priceless statuette of a Falcon. (“The stuff that dreams are made of...”)

Breakfast at Tiffanys

Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

September 29 & October 2 | Not Rated

Romantic comedy/drama starring Audrey Hepburn as the stylish and free-spirited Holly Golightly, on her own in New York City where she is befriended by her neighbor (George Peppard). Hepburn’s dresses by French designer Givenchy helped make the star a fashion icon, and the song Moon River, by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer, won an Academy Award®. ("Moon River, wider than a mile…")


Clue (1985)

October 6 & 9 | Rated PG

“Was it Colonel Mustard in the library with the lead pipe?” 80’s comedy based on the popular board game, presented with all three of its original alternate endings. Murder is on the menu at a mysterious mansion! The quirky suspects include Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Tim Curry, and Eileen Brennan. (“I have absolutely no idea what we're doing here, but I am determined to enjoy myself!”)


Gremlins (1984)

October 13 & 16 | Rated PG

“Mogwais” are cute, cuddly creatures that make great pets…so long as the rules are followed. They’re not, of course, and soon malicious “gremlins” are wreaking havoc. Executive produced by Steven Spielberg from a script by Chris Columbus (The Goonies). Billed as a comedy horror movie, some violent scenes prompted the creation of the PG-13 rating for future films. (“Never feed him after midnight.”)


Beetlejuice (1988)

October 20 & 23 | Rated PG

“It’s showtime!” Michael Keaton stars as Beetlejuice (“the ghost with the most, babe”) in this supernatural comedy from director Tim Burton. Ghosts Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis need help scaring off an unwanted family, so they hire “freelance bio-exorcist” Beetlejuice, whose bizarre behavior is more than they bargained for. (“THAT is why I won't do two shows a night anymore. I won't.”)

Nightmare on Elm Street

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

October 27 & 30 | Rated R

“Whatever you do, don’t fall asleep.” The ORIGINAL horror classic from master of terror Wes Craven. A group of teenagers is being terrorized in their dreams (and in reality?) by Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund), a hideous maniac with blades for fingers. Featuring Johnny Depp in his film debut and Heather Langenkamp as the teenage girl who takes on Freddy (“I’m your boyfriend now, Nancy.”)



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