HOT, NEW AND TIMELY
January 23, 2009
Paul Newman film rescheduled for Feb. 14
Hud (1963), the second movie of our Paul Newman Film Festival, was canceled Saturday, January 17, due to a power outage associated with Kingswood Building fire on Grandview Avenue.
The film has been rescheduled for Saturday, February 14, at 2 pm.
Please join us for one or all of the films celebrating the work of legendary actor Paul Newman!
NEWMANIA! A PAUL NEWMAN FILM FESTIVAL
Saturdays at 2 pm — January 10 & 31 and February 7 & 14
No one played an anti-hero quite like the late Paul Newman. In tribute to this screen legend, the Grandview Library presents NEWMANIA!, a series of classic films showcasing the actor in four of his greatest roles. A discussion follows each film.
- January 10: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
An alcoholic ex-football player struggles to reconcile with his wife & father. Co-starring Elizabeth Taylor.
- January 31: Cool Hand Luke (1967)
A gutsy prisoner refuses to submit to a Southern prison camp. Oscar-winner.
- February 7: The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972)
A western about hard justice, based on the real frontier judge. Directed by John Huston.
- February 14 (Rescheduled from January 17): Hud (1963)
An arrogant, modern cowboy clashes with his rigid father. Winner of three Oscars.
Questions? Call Audiovisual at 614-486-0654.