Golden Anniversaries: Films of 1969

Saturday, August 31, 2019 to Sunday, September 15, 2019

Golden Anniversaries: Films of 1969 features 6 classic films celebrating their 50th anniversaries. This second edition focuses on 1969 and features a half-dozen films, all screening for free at the St. Louis Public Library over 3 weekends in late summer. 

Free parking is available at the 15th street parking lot between Olive and Locust for the Saturdays screenings. (See image below). You won't need anything to get into the lot, but will need a token to leave. Library staff handling the screenings will have tokens, or at the very least the vouchers to obtain tokens.


Midnight Cowboy

Saturday, Aug. 31 at 1:00pm

A naive hustler travels from Texas to New York City to seek personal fortune, finding a new friend in the process.

Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

Sunday, Sep. 1 at 1:00pm

A light-hearted picture of middle-aged love and friendship.

The Learning Tree

Saturday, Sep. 7 at 1:00pm

The story, set in Kansas during the 1920s, covers less than a year in the life of a black teenager, and documents the veritable deluge of events which force him... Read More

Easy Rider

Sunday, Sep. 8 at 1:00pm

Through the open country and desert lands, two bikers head from L.A to New Orleans, and along the way, meet a man who bridges a counter-culture gap they are unaware... Read More

The Wild Bunch

Saturday, Sep. 14 at 1:00pm

An aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the "traditional" American West is disappearing around them.

Women in Love

Sunday, Sep. 15 at 1:00pm

Two best friends fall in love with a pair of women, but the relationships soon go in very different directions.