SUE SUE II... in General Discussion Posted October 25, 2018 UPDATE FROM ATLANTA: Passes go on sale for early bird CitiCard users on November 13, and November 15 for everyone else! ANNOUNCED FILMS FOR 2019 BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID (1969) Considered by many to be one of the greatest American Westerns and “buddy movies” of all time, this 50th anniversary screening stars Paul Newman and Robert Redford as an unforgettable pair of bank robbers on the run from the law with their companion Etta (Katharine Ross) in tow. ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ (1953) 40th Anniversary World Premiere Restoration. Clint Eastwood stars in this thrilling drama based on the real-life events of three prisoners’ escape from the infamous maximum-security prison on Alcatraz Island. FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (1953) Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Frank Sinatra and Deborah Kerr star in this Oscar-winning romance about a group of soldiers and the women who love them stationed in Oahu, Hawaii in the days leading up to the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. GONE WITH THE WIND (1939) Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh embark on a torrid romance during the onset and aftermath of the American Civil War, in this epic adaptation of Margaret Mitchell’s best-selling book. HELLO, DOLLY! (1969) Adapted from a successful stage play of the same name, dance legend Gene Kelly directed this 50th anniversary musical starring Barbra Streisand as a head-strong matchmaker that travels to New York with intentions of finding Walter Matthau, a miserly “half-a-millionaire,” a wife. HOLIDAY (1938) World Premiere Restoration. Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn star in director George Cukor’s comedy about a self-made businessman who intends to take a holiday from work before marrying into a well-to-do family. His plan goes hilariously awry when he meets his fiancée’s family, including her black sheep sister (Hepburn) and drunken brother (Lew Ayres). LOVE AFFAIR (1939) Charles Boyer and Irene Dunne star as a painter and singer who meet by chance onboard a transatlantic voyage. Though already engaged to other people, they make a pact to reunite at the top of the Empire State Building in six months, but fate has other plans in mind. SUNRISE (1927) In this silent film directed by F.W. Murnau, George O’Brien is a married man and father whose affair with a city woman (Margaret Livingston) unleashes his inner demons. Torn between the object of his desire and his loving wife (Janet Gaynor in an Oscar-winning performance), O’Brien is driven to the brink of madness. TARZAN AND HIS MATE (1934) Maureen O’Sullivan is the Jane to Johnny Weissmuller’s Tarzan in this pre-Code adventure in which the jungle couple’s life is disturbed by ivory hunting men on safari.