The showing time is 8pm.
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” The iconic Audrey Hepburn, “the knockout gamin who inspired a generation of thin, flat-chested, upper class girls,” in the words of David Thomson, stars in one of her best roles in a 1961 love story directed by Blake Edwards. Hepburn plays a sophisticated “party girl” in this tale by Truman Capote. Her love interest is George Peppard. Others in the superb cast include Patricia Neal – and Mickey Rooney! “Tiffany’s,” with music by the incomparable Henry Mancini, is all about style and mood and it’s a film you need to see on the big screen of a classic Art Deco theater. Thursday, Sept. 9, “in the evening,” which means check show times first. Only $7!
And don’t forget our upcoming classic on October 14 – Roman Polanki’s “Rosemary’s Baby.”