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This Week at the New Beverly: Gone With The Wind, Jules Dassin, Billy Wilder, William Wyler, John Schlesinger, Lloyd Kaufman & MORE!

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This Week At The New Beverly


Friday & Saturday April 23 & 24

Never on Sunday
1960, Greece / USA, 97 minutes
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0054198/
written & directed by Jules Dassin
starring Melina Mercouri, Jules Dassin, Giorgos Foundas, Titos Vandis, Mitsos Ligizos, Despo Diamantidou
Fri: 7:30; Sat: 2:40 & 7:30, Watch The Trailer!

Academy Award Winner For Best Song plus Nominated for Four Other Oscars including Best Actress & Best Director

Remains Mercouri's quintessential performance. It's not a performance; it's an apotheosis. One of the most popular films of the 1960s. Enormously influential...Its title song was heard around the world. Greece became a magnet for the world's tourists.
- Terrence McNally, The New York Times

Charming, it makes great use both of its spectacular location and of Mercouri's irrepressible persona.- Time Out New York

- plus on the same bill -

Irma la Douce
1963, USA, 147 minutes
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057187/
dir. Billy Wilder, starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, Lou Jacobi, Bruce Yarnell, Herschel Bernardi
Fri: 9:30; Sat: 4:40 & 9:30, Watch The Trailer!

Academy Award Winner For Best Music plus Nominated for Best Actress & Best Cinematography

Mr. Lemmon is little short of brilliant... Shirley MacLaine has a wondrously casual and candid air that sweeps indignation before it and leaves one sweetly enamored of her.
- Bosley Crowther, New York Times



Saturday April 24

Shock Till You Drop & New Beverly Midnights present

Terror in the Aisles
1984, USA, 84 minutes - Not Available On DVD!
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088249/
If you can stand more than 100 jolts of 100% pure terror, then you might be ready for 'Terror in the Aisles'. Featuring clips from Halloween, Suspiria, Bride of Frankenstein & MANY, MANY MORE!
11:59pm, All Tickets $7, Watch A Clip From The Film

It's great because it's fun as hell and helps you rediscover a lot of the films you loved. - Jeremy Knox, Film Threat

Terror in the Aisles features killer outtakes from so many first-rate movies that it can't help but be as good as the sum of its many enjoyable parts.- All Movie Guide



Sunday, Monday & Tuesday April 25, 26 & 27

The most magnificent picture ever!


Gone with the Wind
1939, USA, 238 minutes
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0031381/
dir. Victor Fleming, starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Hattie McDaniel
Sun: 4:00 only; Mon/Tue: 8:00 only, Watch The Trailer!

Academy Award Winner for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor & MORE!

To see Gone With the Wind on a big screen again is to weep for the fearlessness with which Hollywood once believed the sublime was possible.- Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly

It is still a towering landmark of film, quite simply because it tells a good story, and tells it wonderfully well. - Roger Ebert



Wednesday & Thursday April 28 & 29


The Children's Hour
1961, USA, 107 minutes
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0054743/
dir. William Wyler, starring Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, James Garner, Miriam Hopkins, Fay Bainter, Veronica Cartwright
7:30, Watch The Trailer!

Nominated for 5 Academy Awards including Best Supporting Actress Fay Bainter

Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine.. beautifully complement each other. Hepburn's soft sensitivity, marvelous projection and emotional understatement result in a memorable portrayal. MacLaine's enactment is almost equally rich in depth and substance.
- Variety

- plus on the same bill -

Sunday Bloody Sunday
1971, UK, 110 minutes
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067805/
dir. John Schlesinger, starring Peter Finch, Glenda Jackson, Murray Head, Peggy Ashcroft, Tony Britton, Maurice Denham
9:40, Watch The Trailer!

Nominated for 4 Academy Awards including Best Director, Best Actor Peter Finch & Best Actress Glenda Jackson

An honest look at the changing attitudes toward sexual identity in the early 1970s- All Movie Guide

4 Stars - The acting is flawless. I think Sunday Bloody Sunday is a masterpiece.- Roger Ebert


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Currently, only general admission tickets may be purchased via this link. Discounted student, senior, etc. tickets may not be purchased in advance at this time. As always, any available tickets will also be sold at the theater box office the day of the event. Purchasing advance tickets is generally unnecessary for most shows, as the only programs that ever come close to selling out are special event shows with special guests, etc. Plenty of tickets are available at the door for nearly all of our programs.

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Coming Soon:

April 30: Reservoir Dogs
April 30 & May 1: My Man Godfrey & Easy Living

May:
7&8: new prints of Truffaut's Small Change & Mississippi Mermaid
8: Raw Meat (1972)
16&17: Alice in Wonderland (1933)
22: George Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968)
28&29: Mystery Team & Ghost Busters
29: John Frankenheimer's 99 and 44/100% Dead



Schedule subject to change

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