Dir. George Roy Hill. 1973, 129 mins.
With Robert Redford. In one of their most beloved films, Newman and Robert Redford are Depression-era con men. Newman is a seasoned, always drunk veteran who is game for one final score before retirement. With its Scott Joplin soundtrack and 1930s atmosphere, the film, which won an Oscar for Best Picture, is suffused with lighthearted wit and nostalgia.
Free with Museum admission
Other DatesJuly 23