We're thrilled to welcome actor Norman Lloyd, who turns 100 this month, to the Aero with his first screen role as the villainous Frank Fry in Alfred Hitchcock’s SABOTEUR (the beginning of a long professional relationship with the master of suspense!) and a new restored print of WWII-set classic A WALK IN THE SUN.
Heeeeere's Johnny! Jack Nicholson takes a job as winter caretaker at an enormous mountain hotel, where he goes with wife Shelley Duvall and son Danny Lloyd in the hope that snow and solitude will bring him peace of mind. He finds just the opposite, however, as the hotel’s horrific past quickly overtakes him.
In this nostalgic but never maudlin swan song, Chaplin channels the riotous music-hall culture of his youth. With Norman Lloyd, Claire Bloom, and the one-time-only onscreen pairing of Chaplin and Buster Keaton.
Gene Kelly shines as silent-movie idol Don Lockwood, whose career (and leading lady, hilariously played by Jean Hagen) are imperiled by the coming of sound - until he hooks up with lovely ingenue Debbie Reynolds. The brilliant supporting cast includes Millard Mitchell, Douglas Fowley and the great Cyd Charisse, whose long-legged “Broadway Melody” ballet with Kelly nearly steals the show!
Southern vixen Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) only has eyes for sensitive Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard) - but wise-cracking hellraiser Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) is determined to win her heart, even if that means surviving the burning of Atlanta, the destruction of Scarlett's beloved Tara and the overthrow of the Old South itself.