Swoon: Great Leading Men in Gorgeous 35mm Prints

9/2/10 to 9/26/10

Spend the fall with Robert Mitchum, Paul Newman, Jean-Paul Belmondo, and other great leading men, all “young again,” thanks to some wonderful new restorations.

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Past Films

  • Jubal

    • Saturday, September 25 6:00 PM

    Delmer Daves (U.S., 1956). Glenn Ford is a cowboy outcast entangled in a bizarre love quadrangle with Valerie French, Rod Steiger, and Ernest Borgnine (!) in this Shakespearean Western from genre ace Delmer Daves. “A gripping and intense drama of jealousy and power, played out against Wyoming's spectacular Grand Tetons.”-London Film Festival (101 mins)

  • Breathless

    • Friday, September 17 7:00 PM

    Jean-Luc Godard (France, 1959). Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo in the jazzy genre pastiche that launched Godard's career and embodied the breathless bravado of the New Wave. (90 mins)

  • The Hustler

    • Sunday, September 12 6:30 PM

    Robert Rosen (U.S., 1961). Paul Newman is a suave prince of the pool halls who finally meets his match in big-time hustler Jackie Gleason, in this gripping CinemaScope slice of Americana. “There is no lonelier American movie than The Hustler, and no better a flawed hero than (Newman's) Fast Eddie Felson.”-Slate Magazine (134 mins)

  • House of Bamboo

    • Friday, September 10 7:00 PM

    Samuel Fuller (U.S., 1952). Military cop Robert Stack heads undercover to infiltrate a Tokyo syndicate run by the suavely psychotic ex-G.I. Robert Ryan in this Sam Fuller color noir, the first Hollywood film shot in postwar Japan. Also starring Sessue Hayakawa and Shirley Yamaguchi. (102 mins)

  • Picnic

    • Sunday, September 5 6:45 PM

    Joshua Logan (U.S., 1956) Muscular drifter William Holden causes havoc in a sleepy Kansas town, and especially in the lives of middle-aged school teacher Rosalind Russell and an already-engaged Kim Novak, in this CinemaScope potboiler. Photography by Academy Award-winner James Wong Howe. (115 mins)

  • Out of the Past

    • Saturday, September 4 6:30 PM

    Jacques Tourneur (U.S., 1947). In his first starring role, Robert Mitchum is already “Robert Mitchum,” world-weary, laconic, and effortlessly graceful, with a boxer's build and a poet's (or a drunk's) sad eyes, tangling with femme fatale Jane Greer in this classic noir. (97 mins)

  • From Here to Eternity

    • Saturday, September 4 8:30 PM

    Fred Zinnemann (U.S., 1953). Montgomery Clift, Frank Sinatra, Burt Lancaster, and Deborah Kerr star in this Academy Award-winning “eve of war” film, set in an Oahu barracks days before Pearl Harbor. Famous for the lusty Lancaster-and-Kerr embrace on the beach, and for Clift's star-making performance. (118 mins)

  • In a Lonely Place

    • Thursday, September 2 7:00 PM

    Nicholas Ray (U.S., 1950). Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame forge a fragile romance in Hollywood. "Never were despair and solitude so romantically alluring."-Time Out (94 mins)