Classic Movies At The Library

Remember an old movie you wish you could see again?   Or, an old movie you never saw but wish you had? Or better yet, an old movie you really want a friend or loved one to watch with you, so you can see their reaction to it? That’s probably as good a definition of a “Classic” movie as any film expert could give you!  The library is the place to go to find many of those great, timeless films.  Here’s a list of some recent additions to our catalog:

ADVENTURE

  • Bandits of Corsica
  • Beyond Mombasa
  • Brass Bancroft of the secret service
  • Brothers Karamazov
  • King Solomon’s mines (1950)
  • Northwest Passage (1940)
  • Sniper

COMEDY

  • 40 Carats
  • Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure
  • Brewster’s Millions
  • Great Outdoors
  • Hearts of the West
  • National Lampoon’s Vacation
  • National Lampoon’s Vegas Vacation
  • Only the Lonely
  • Palm Beach Story
  • Queen of Hearts
  • Taming of the shrew (1967)
  • What’s Up Doc?

DRAMA

  • American Gigolo
  • Beast of the City
  • Bible Collection: Abraham
  • Bible Collection: Moses
  • Billionaire Boys Club
  • Blue Gardenia
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Bluebeard (1972)
  • Bright Young Things
  • Coyote Ugly
  • From Here To Eternity
  • Gaslight
  • Golden Voyage of Sinbad
  • Hamburger Hill
  • Ice Station Zebra
  • Jesus of Nazareth
  • Masters of Murder Collection
  • Music Lovers
  • Phaedra
  • Poseidon Adventure
  • Pumpkin Eater
  • Summer wishes, Winter Dreams
  • Sweet November
  • Tap (1989)
  • The Big Town (1987)
  • Whisperers

FAMILY

  • Adventures of the Wilderness Family
  • Lost Treasure of Sawtooth Island
  • Secret of Nimh

HORROR

  • Sam Katzman: Icons of Horror Collection

 

 

SCI/FIC

  • Day the Earth Stood Still
  • Gremlins 2
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth
  • Mars Attacks!

Mark Rustman

Mark has been the library's music specialist for 30 years. He also enjoys movies, TV, fiction, and even an occasional biography (especially if it's about a movie star!)

  • Teresa Pike

    I am looking for Drop Dead Fred, anyone happen to maybe have a copy that I could watch or hopefully buy?!