Library Film Series Fall Schedule
Join us each month for a classic film.
Films start at 7:00 pm in the Alice Louise Reynolds Auditorium on level 1.
Admission is free.
To Catch A Thief 1955
Cary Grant and Grace Kelly star in the story of a retired burglar who is accused of returning to a life of crime. The only way for him to clear his name is to catch the actual thief.
This film is credited with launching Hollywood’s love of horror films. Bela Lugosi plays the title role. The film takes Dracula from Transylvania to London, where the vampire hopes to spend his days in polite society and his nights hunting for victims.
This film is a thriller, a romance, and a comedy all in one. Released in 1963, the film stars Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.
Filmed on location in Paris, with a soundtrack by Henry Mancini and a strong screenplay, it is a great example of mid-century films.
It’s A Wonderful Life 1946
Every few years we screen James Stewart’s personal film copy of It’s A Wonderful Life.
Curator Ben Harry will bring Stewart’s film out of the vault and share it with the public for one screening.