$59 for $132 for One Up-To 5-Film Membership from Greenwich Classic Film Series

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Classic movies made on giant screens of old Hollywood flicks bookended by guest lecturers, film critics, and historians

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Promotional value expires May 1, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Call (914) 725-0999. Valid only for new members. Please arrive by 6:45 p.m. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

  • One Up-to 5-Classic Film Series Membership

Films are shown Mondays at 7 p.m. on:

  • March 20: All the President’s Men
  • April 3: The Wages of Fear
  • April 17: Sudden Fear
  • April 24: Carousel
  • May 1: The Philadelphia Story

Movies are shown on a large screen with audiences of 300+.

Greenwich Classic Film Series

The most timeless and essential cinema of the '30s through the '70s returns to the big screen, stirring up nostalgia and newfound appreciation at the Greenwich Classic Film Series. For 27 years, this popular film and lecture program has screened over 300 classic films for an audience of over 500 people. The thoughtfully curated collection of screen gems is followed by a fun and incisive lecture led by noted film critics and historians. Here are some of the highlights of the 2017 spring season:

  • All the President's Men (1976): Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) uncover Watergate in this Alan J. Pakula thriller. Michael Cramer (professor of film history at Sarah Lawrence College) leads the discussion. (March 20)
  • The Wages of Fear (1952): Clouzot's gritty nailbiter starring Yves Montand follows four men driving a truck full of nitroglycerin across South America. Lecture from Nick Schager, film critic & writer for Slant Magazine and Time-Out New York. (April 3)
  • Sudden Fear (1952): Wealthy playwright Joan Crawford discovers new husband is planning to kill her. Richard Barrios—film historian and author, guest host on Turner Classic Movies—examines this tale of love and murder. (April 17)
  • Carousel: (1956): Musical tale of carousel barker, Billy Bigelow, who tries to change for the better when he falls in love, featuring Rogers and Hammerstein gems such as "If I Loved You" and "You'll Never Walk Alone." Jack Viertel, Broadway theater producer and author of The Secret Life of the American Musical, discusses the film and signs his book. (April 24)
  • The Philadelphia Story (1940): A society girl (Katherine Hepburn) yearns for down-to-earth romance and winds up in a love triangle with Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart. Author, celebrity interviewer and film historian Tom Santopietro explores this beloved comedy. (May 1)


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