Laemmle's Royal Theatre in West Los Angeles is presenting a six-day retrospective of actor-director-producer
Screening Thursday evening is 1969's "Downhill Racer," directed by Michael Ritchie, in which Redford plays a cocky downhill skier who joins the U.S. ski team in Europe. Gene Hackman also stars.
Scheduled for Friday is the classic 1969
On tap for Saturday is 1973's
Sunday's offering is the acclaimed 1976
Screening Monday is the 1972 western "Jeremiah Johnson," directed by Sydney Pollack, in which Redford plays a mountain man who becomes the object of a vendetta.
The retrospective concludes Dec. 24 with the glossy 1973 "The Way We Were," starring Redford and Barbra Streisand as an ill-fated couple. Pollack also directed the hit weepie.