WHEN HARRY MET SALLY
1989, Warner Bros., 96 min, USA, Dir: Rob Reiner

Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) meet in college and spend years debating whether it's possible for men and women to be friends - all the while falling in love without realizing it. Nora Ephron's landmark screenplay is filled with quotable lines and sharp insights, and costars Bruno Kirby and Carrie Fisher lend hilarious support. One of the definitive romantic comedies of the ’80s.


CITY SLICKERS
1991, Warner Bros., 112 min, USA, Dir: Ron Underwood

In this amiable hit comedy, Mitch Robbins (Billy Crystal) and his friends Phil (Daniel Stern) and Ed (Bruno Kirby) sign on for a two-week cattle drive to add a little adventure to their humdrum urban lives. On the trail, they meet veteran cowhand Curly (Jack Palance), who, despite his intimidating persona, teaches these “city slickers” the insights and courage they need to get their herd of cattle to its destination (and to resolve the issues each is having at home). Palance won a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for this performance.


THE PRINCESS BRIDE
1987, 20th Century Fox, 98 min, Dir: Rob Reiner

This adaptation of William Goldman’s wonderful, tongue-in-cheek fairy tale stars Cary Elwes as the dashing Westley, who is forced to fight off the villainous Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon) and Count Tyrone (Christopher Guest) in order to save his beloved princess, Buttercup (Robin Wright). This cult hit features marvelous sets by Norman Garwood and high-spirited supporting performances by Billy Crystal, Carol Kane, Peter Falk and Andre the Giant.


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