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Altman on the cheap

Posted by Courtney Hollands  November 3, 2009 11:07 AM

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We heart free movies at the Boston Public Library. (Save $10.50 and see a classic on the big screen? Yes, please.) On Mondays through Dec. 14, catch flicks from celebrated director Robert Altman in the Rabb Lecture Hall.

Here's the schedule:

Nov. 9: "A Prairie Home Companion" 105 min. color, 2006
Nov. 1: "Fool for Love" 106 min. color, 1985
Nov. 23: "Popeye" 114 min. color, 1980
Nov. 30: "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" 120 min. color, 1971
Dec. 7: "Gosford Park" 137 min. color, 2001
Dec. 14: "Nashville" 159 min. color, 1975

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Movies start at 6 p.m.

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