Sergio Leone’s surreal masterpiece of the American West during the last days of the Civil War follows a trio of equally violent and unrepentant gunslingers (Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef) who engage in a jawdropping series of double- and triple-crosses to get their hands on a fortune in stolen Confederate gold.
Bob Fosse's 1972 stage-to-screen adaptation of CABARET, the 8-time Oscar winner starring Liza Minnelli in an iconic performance as the morally liberal agent provocateur Sally Bowles, is followed by Fosse's autobiographical musical film ALL THAT JAZZ. Oscar-nominated Roy Scheider stars as an obsessed, womanizing, pill-popping, chain-smoking Broadway choreographer and director who pays the ultimate price for his insane, creative lifestyle. Author Sam Wasson will sign copies of his new book Fosse before the double feature.
In director Bob Fosse’s final film STAR 80, Mariel Hemingway depicts real-life high school student turned Playboy model Dorothy Stratten. It's followed by Fosse's ambitious 1974 biopic of Lenny Bruce, with Dustin Hoffman in a standout performance as the brilliant, controversial comedian.