The Magnificent Seven
(U.S., 1960; 126 min.)
Dir.: John Sturges
Mexicans hire gunmen to protect their village from bandits.
The Gold Rush
(U.S., 1925; 1942; 72 min.)
Dir.: Charlie Chaplin
The Little Tramp searches for fortune and romance in the Klondike.
Steamboat Bill, Jr.
(U.S., 1928; 70 min.)
A college graduated man, an embarrassment to his steamboat-owning father, helps him ward off a rival owner.
(Soviet Union, 1938; 110 min.)
Dir.: Sergei Eisenstein
Prince Nevksy leads the Russian defense against the Teutonic invasion of 1241.
*Woody Allen Double
(U.S., 1977; 94 min.)
Stars: Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts
A comedian reflects upon his love affair with a lovely young woman from a small town, his family, and life.
The Purple Rose of Cairo
(U.S., 1985; 82 min.)
A frustrated Depression-era waitress loves the escape of the movies, and one day one movie star loves her back.
(U.S., 1933; 105 min.)
Dir.: Ernest B. Shoedsack and Merian Cooper
Filmmakers manage to subdue and capture a giant ape, bringing him to New York to exploit hi for money.
(U.S., 1931; 71 min.)
A scientist manages to reanimate a corpse with disastrous results. Adapted from Mary Shelley's novel.
Seven Days in May
(U.S., 1964; 117 min.)
A general plans a coup when the president signs a nuclear disarmament treaty during the Cold War.
On the Beach
(U.S., 1959; 135 min.)
Survivors attempt to pick up the pieces in post-apocalyptic Australia. Based upon the novel by Nevil Shute.
(Japan, 1961; 110 min.)
Two rival clans bid for the services of a mercenary samurai to gain power; he ends up working for both..
The Thin Man
(U.S., 1934; 90 min.)
Married detectives attempt to find a missing inventor. Based upon the novel by Dashiell Hammett. Great fun.
Field of Dreams
(U.S., 1989; 106 min.)
Obeying a mysterious voice, an Iowa farmer builds a baseball diamond in the middle of his corn field.
Screening Times and Location
All films are DVD presentations, screened at 7:30 p.m. on Friday evenings in the