Saturday, July 7 at 9:00 p.m.
Dial M for Murder (1954) 105 mins
Tony Wendice (Ray Milland) is an ex-professional tennis player who lives in a London flat with his wealthy wife Margot (Grace Kelly). Tony retired after Margot complained about his busy schedule, and she began an affair with American crime-fiction writer Mark Halliday, which Tony secretly discovered. Motivated by resentment, jealousy, and greed, Tony devised a plan to have Margot murdered.
Saturday, July 14 at 9:00 p.m.
The Hustler (1961) 134 mins
"Fast" Eddie Felson (Paul Newman) is a small-time pool hustler with a lot of talent but a self-destructive attitude. His bravado causes him to challenge the legendary "Minnesota Fats"(Jackie Gleason) to a high-stakes match, but he loses in a heartbreaking marathon. Now broke and without his long-time manager, Felson faces an uphill battle to regain his confidence and his game. It isn't until he hits rock bottom that he agrees to join up with ruthless and cutthroat manager Bert Gordon (George C. Scott). Gordon agrees to take him on the road to learn the ropes.
Saturday, July 21 at 9:00 p.m.
Rocky II (1979) 119 mins
Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) is a little-known boxer who was given a shot at the heavyweight champ, Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). Having done much better than anyone expected, Creed demands a rematch, embarrassed by his inability to dominate the "amateur" Balboa. Talia Shire also stars as Adrian.
Saturday, July 28 at 9:00 p.m.
Eight Men Out (1988) 119 mins
The great Chicago White Sox team of 1919 is the saddest team to ever win a pennant. The team is bitter at their penny pincher owner, Charles Comiskey (Clifton James) , and at their own teammates. Gamblers take advantage of this opportunity to offer some players money to throw the series. (Most of the players didn't get as much as promised.) But Buck Weaver (John Cusak) and the great Shoeless Joe Jackson (D.B. Sweeney) turn back at the last minute and try to play their best. The Sox actually almost come back from a 3-1 deficit. Two years later, the truth breaks out and the Sox are sued on multiple counts.