By Jim Reed/SMN
on Oct. 26, the Tybee Post Theater will present director Billy Wilder’s adorable 1954 romantic love-triangle comedy “Sabrina,” starring Audrey Hepburn and the great Francis X. Bushman, as part of that historic venue’s Girls’ Night Out series of romantic tearjerkers from days gone by.
The tale of a shy and awkward daughter (Hepburn) of a wealthy society family’s chauffer who finds herself attracting the amorous attention of said family’s two handsome sons (played by Humphrey Bogart and William Holden) was nominated for a whopping six Academy Awards, winning one. If you’ve never seen it before, catch it like this — on the big screen. It holds up amazingly well, even after more than 60 years. 7 p.m. showtime, with admission price including a glass of wine or beer (if you’re old enough).