Summer Under the Stars features a single movie star each night and showcases an evening of their films. Tuesday is Paulette Goddard and at 8pm they are showing THE GREAT DICTATOR (1940) which is Charles Chaplins parody of Hitler and politics of the time.
On Thursday at 1:45am is THE LOST HORIZON with Ronald Coleman-- the film about a group of explorer's who find a hidden nirvana with the fountain of youth is one that was lost for a number of years but is absolutely a film that keeps you glued to the set from beginning to end.
THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE is on Friday at 8pm, if you were interested in seeing this Film Noir I mentioned last month here's your chance.
Saturday at 8pm is STAGE DOOR featuring a cast that includes Katherine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers and Lucille Ball-- it's a terrific little drama about the trials and tribulations of trying to make it big on the stage. Melodramatic in parts, but in a good way.