When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.

Discuss these stars and view scenes from their films to appreciate the unique style and look that made them so admired.

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Legendary Movie Stars

Venue: Classroom

Location: Lexington Avenue at 91st St

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The subscription contains these programs:

  • On Bette Davis
    Date: Thu, Oct 4, 2012, 7 pm

    When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.

  • On Katherine Hepburn
    Date: Thu, Oct 11, 2012, 7 pm

    When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.

  • On Cary Grant
    Date: Thu, Oct 18, 2012, 7 pm

    When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.

  • On Clark Gable
    Date: Thu, Oct 25, 2012, 7 pm

    When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.

  • On Ingrid Bergman
    Date: Thu, Nov 1, 2012, 7 pm

    When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.

  • On James Stewart
    Date: Thu, Nov 8, 2012, 7 pm

    When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.

  • On Humphrey Bogart
    Date: Thu, Nov 15, 2012, 7 pm

    When the great Hollywood film studios were in power, they sought to outdo each other by developing a roster of screen stars that the public came to love and emulate.



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