KLRU-Q’s Saturday Night at the Movies presents a full-length feature film every Saturday night, plus extra content that gives the evening an exciting spin. Each film explores the work of legendary actors and actresses through many important films from their careers. Here is a peek of what this Saturday has in store:
On Story A Conversation With Damon Lindelof, Co-creator Of Lost at 7:30 pm
Damon Lindelof discusses his hand in some of the most celebrated and scrutinized works of science fiction over the past five years, and how much of their success is attributed to writing stories that leave a lot up to one’s imagination.
Hollywood Stars Film Package Strangers On A Train at 8:00 pm
A psychopath (Robert Walker) and a tennis player (Farley Granger) meet in a club car and plot that each will murder someone for the other. Cast: Robert Walker, Farley Granger, Ruth Roman.
Anatomy ’59: The Making Of A Classic Motion Picture at 9:45 pm
Anatomy ’59 is a behind-the-scenes documentary by independent filmmaker John Pepin which explores the crime, the trial and the book that led to the making of Otto Preminger’s classic 1959 courtroom thriller Anatomy of a Murder. The movie starred James Stewart, Lee Remick, Ben Gazzara and George C. Scott. In Anatomy ’59, Preminger’s focus on realism to create what many consider to be the greatest courtroom drama ever made is showcased through rare film clips and photographs, documents and interviews with cast members, locals and others with ties to the production. Preminger’s film, shot entirely on location in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, was based on the 1958 bestseller by Robert Traver.
Charlie Gracie: Fabulous at 10:45 pm
Still rockin’ after 60 years, Charlie Gracie continues to thrill his fans on both sides of the Atlantic with the same energy and virtuosity that catapulted him to early fame with his Number 1 hit ‘Butterfly’ in 1957. A story of survival, perseverance and ultimate redemption, Fabulous! depicts a stubborn artist’s journey down a bumpy entertainment road paved with the fleeting careers of one-hit wonders and countless aspirants. Told from the mouths of those Charlie influenced the most-including Graham Nash, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Frankie Avalon-Fabulous! has something for longtime fans and music aficionado’s alike.