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FILM: Oscar Mania

Date:
Mon, Jan 16, 2012

Time:
6:30pm - 8:30pm

Type:
Adult Programs

In honor of the 84th Academy Awards, the Grandview Library presents a collection of outstanding Oscar winners, with more star power than you can aim a Hubble Telescope at. From Bogey to Brando, don’t miss these golden statue-worthy classics.

Mondays at 6:30 pm, January 16-March 19 (except February 20).

Shown in large-screen digital projection with free popcorn. 

  • 1/16Grand Hotel (1932). Lives intertwine at a luxurious Berlin hotel. Greta Garbo, John Barrymore & Joan Crawford. Winner Best Picture.
  • 1/23: It Happened One Night (1934). Frank Capra screwball comedy about mismatched romance. Clark Gable. 5 Oscars. 
  • 1/30: Casablanca (1942). An American expatriate in Africa must choose between love & virtue. Humphrey Bogart & Ingrid Bergman. 3 Oscars. 
  • 2/6: All the King’s Men (1949). The rise and fall of a dirty politician. 3 Oscars. 
  • 2/13: An American in Paris (1951). Gershwin musical about a complicated romance. Gene Kelly. 6 Oscars. 
  • 2/27: On the Waterfront (1954). An ex-fighter stands up to corrupt union bosses. Marlon Brando. 8 Oscars.
  • 3/5: In the Heat of the Night (1967). A Northern black detective investigates a murder in a racist Southern town. Sidney Poitier & Rod Steiger. 5 Oscars.
  • 3/12: Midnight Cowboy* (1969). A naive cowboy and his friend struggle in New York City. Dustin Hoffman & Jon Voight. 3 Oscars. 
  • 3/19: Annie Hall* (1977). A neurotic comedian falls in love with a ditzy girl. Woody Allen & Diane Keaton. 4 Oscars. 
* for mature audiences only


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