Mondays, December 11-January 22 (except 12/25 & 1/1), 6:30 p.m.
Another series featuring prolific director John Ford, including: some lesser known films, one of his all-time greatest, and one in observance of Martin Luther King Day, Jr. Day.
12/11 Wagon Master (1950)
The movie that inspired the classic TV series, about a wagon train's westward journey fraught with peril.
12/18 3 Godfathers (1948)
Three Men and a Baby meets the wild west in this lighter than usual effort starring John Wayne.
12/25 & 1/1 OFF
1/8 "MYSTERY TITLE" (1939)
Ford's first color film stars Henry Fonda and Claudette Colbert and was co-written by William Faulkner. Can you guess the title? Call 614-486-2951 for the answer.
1/15 Sergeant Rutledge (1961)
Help us honor MLK Day with this courtroom drama about an African-American cavalry officer falsely accused of murder. Starring Willie Strode.
1/22 Stagecoach (1939)
The film that made John Wayne a major star and established Ford as one of Hollywood's premiere directors. So influential, Orson Welles reportedly watched it multiple times before making Citizen Kane.