THE GODFATHER
1972, Paramount, 175 min, USA, Dir: Francis Ford Coppola

Al Pacino, James Caan, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire and Robert Duvall join Marlon Brando, who gives an unforgettable, career-reviving performance as Don Vito Corleone. When a mob war breaks out and Don Vito is seriously wounded, returning veteran Michael (Pacino), previously uninvolved in the family "business," is the only one cool and collected enough to pull the irons out of the fire.


IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE
1946, Paramount, 130 min, Dir: Frank Capra

Director Frank Capra’s inspiring classic balances pathos and joy in the tale of distraught George Bailey (James Stewart at his finest), who is about to commit suicide on Christmas Eve - until helpful, elderly angel Clarence (Henry Travers) shows him how his death would affect those around him. Featuring Donna Reed as the love of George’s life, in the role that launched her to stardom, and a young, charming Gloria Grahame. If you’ve only seen it on TV, see it now on the big screen, the way it was meant to be seen!


BEN-HUR
1959, Warner Bros., 212 min, Dir: William Wyler

Director William Wyler’s grand epic, adapted from the novel by Lew Wallace, tells the timeless saga of two boyhood comrades (Charlton Heston and Stephen Boyd) who grow up to be fierce enemies in the time of Christ. The grueling chariot race alone is worth the price of admission. Winner of 11 Oscars including Best Picture. Originally premiered at the Egyptian Theatre!


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