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Tampa Theatre announces lineup for 'Sex Symbols' series

Published:   |   Updated: March 13, 2013 at 08:45 AM

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Tampa Theatre is bringing some of cinema's sexiest people back to the big screen, starting Sunday.

The historic theater released the full lineup of films for its "Sex Symbols of the Silver Screen" series, which highlights the work of iconic sex symbols such as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando.

Tickets to the movies, which will run select Sundays through March 17, are $9. Tickets to the silent feature "It," featuring live music on the theater's "Mighty Wurlitzer" organ, are $12.

Here's the full schedule:

Sunday, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" (1958): Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman sizzle and Big Daddy (Burl Ives) rules the roost in this Tennessee Williams' Southern Gothic play.

Jan. 20, "The Big Sleep" (1946): Humphrey Bogart is private detective Philip Marlow in this film that has him falling for Vivian (Lauren Bacall) while trying to solve a case.

Jan. 27, "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951): Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh and Kim Hunter shred the screen in this lusty triangle. "Stella!"

Feb. 3, "The Seven Year Itch" (1955): A husband (Tom Ewell) has his willpower tested by a beautiful neighbor (Marilyn Monroe). The film’s most memorable moment is when Monroe’s skirt billows while standing over a subway grate.

Feb. 10, "The Lady from Shanghai" (1948): Orson Welles portrays an Irish rover who falls for a temptress played by his then-wife Rita Hayworth. The film contains the classic finale in a funhouse hall of mirrors.

March 3, "To Catch a Thief" (1955): In this Alfred Hitchcock classic romantic mystery, Cary Grant stars as a suspected cat burglar who catches the eye of an heiress played by Grace Kelly.

March 10, "It" (1927): Clara Bow stars as a flirtatious sales clerk who pursues a storeowner. This silent film will feature live accompaniment by Steven Ball on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ.

March 17, "Roman Holiday" (1953): In this vintage and stylish charmer, Audrey Hepburn steps out as a princess vacationing incognito until she is spotted by a scoop-seeking reporter (Gregory Peck).

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