MOVIES IN THE PARK
Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club proudly presents our Friday Night Classic Movies in the Park. Movies will be shown at dusk and we are at the mercy of the weather; therefore, dates and times are subject to change so please subscribe to the mailing list to keep updated. Location is Waisenhaus Park in Spring Hill, Northside of Pittsburgh (1926/2000 Rockledge Street). This is an outdoor park, so please bring your own lawn chair or blanket. Please park at Spring Hill Elementary School. Below are some upcoming movie dates and times, but please subscribe to our mailing list using the link below to receive updated movie events.
August 20, 2021
Regular joe Walter (Fred MacMurray) has no idea that his life will be changed irrevocably when he meets client Mr. Dietrichson and wife Phyllis (Barbara Stanwyck). He quickly becomes involved in a murder plot - which he feels is the perfect crime. But, is it? On his tail is his best friend, Barton (Edward G. Robinson) who has a nose for hunches and is rarely wrong. Still considered one of the greatest film noirs, Double Indemnity is a timeless masterpiece.
September 3, 2021
Young Kathy (Debbie Reynolds) has lofty ideals about theater and is less than impressed to meet silent film star Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly). Don, however, is smitten and between dodging his over-amorous co-star and trying to navigate talking pictures, he attempts to win Kathy's affections. One of the truly great musicals - catchy songs, amazing dance numbers and an all too realistic storyline. (Was it really based on certain real-life silent film stars?)
THE THIRD MAN
September 17, 2021
Poor novelist Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) is simply traveling to visit an old school friend, Harry Lime (Orson Welles). Little does he know he's about to find himself in a world almost seemingly from one of his own mystery novels. With investigator Major Calloway (Trevor Howard) breathing down his neck, he's about to find himself confronted with the most shocking plot twist of them all. Rated the greatest British movie ever made, this British noir is arguably one of the best ever.