"Living Legends": Three Classic Films, Their Writers, and a Party!
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The last date listed for "Living Legends" Film Screenings was Saturday September 15, 2007 / 11:00am-9:30pm.
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It was a wonderful event; first of all just to see the films and then what a golden opportunity to hear these writing legends tell stories about the actual movie and about their experiences. I hope the WGA continues to have the series. I particularly enjoyed see Teacher's Pet with Doris Day & Clark Gable. They don't make talent like that anymore.
Spend the day at the exclusive Writers Guild Theater watching films written by three living screenwriting legends: Fay Kanin (Meet Me in St. Louis), Irving Brecher (Teacher’s Pet), and Millard Kaufman (Bad Day at Black Rock). Q&A with the writer will follow each screening. Ticket price includes all three screenings, PLUS gala catered evening reception with open bar.*
“Meet Me in St Louis,” starring Judy Garland, Margaret O’Brien and Mary Astor, followed by Q&A with writer Irving Brecher
“Teacher’s Pet,” starring Clark Gable and Doris Day, followed by Q&A with writer Fay Kanin
“Bad Day at Black Rock,” starring Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan and Anne Francis, followed by Q&A with writer Millard Kaufman