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The new film “Jack the Giant Slayer” has all the elements of the classic tale. But



Published: Wed, March 6, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

The new film “Jack the Giant Slayer” has all the elements of the classic tale. But along for the ride is a new character, Princess Isabelle, played by Eleanor Tomlinson. Here’s a look at five other movies featuring strong princesses:

v “Roman Holiday” (1953): Truly a classic in the princess-in-disguise genre, this romantic comedy charmer stars a young, radiant Audrey Hepburn in her only Oscar-winning role.

v “Star Wars” (1977): She stands up to Darth Vader and leads the Rebel Alliance in taking on the evil Empire. Is there anything Princess Leia (played by Carrie Fisher) can’t do?

v “The Princess Bride” (1987): Don’t let the name Buttercup fool you. As played by Robin Wright, this is a woman who’s as resourceful as she is beautiful. And she’d rather risk her life than be forced into a marriage with a man she doesn’t love.

v “A Little Princess” (1995): Liesel Matthews (better known as Hyatt Hotel heiress Liesel Pritzker) stars as Sara, a child of privilege who is forced into servitude. No matter the situation, she’s plucky and full of personality.

v “Princess Mononoke” (1999): This gorgeous and wondrous animated fantasy from Japanese master Hayao Miyazaki features a true warrior princess: a fierce young woman named San who can communicate with the spirits.

“Kim Novak: LIVE FROM THE TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL” (8 P.M., TCM): Host Robert Osborne offers an introspective interview with the famously reclusive actress who left Hollywood in the late 1960s, at the height of her fame.

“Psych” (10 p.m., USA): Gus (Dule Hill) gets a new girlfriend. She’s played by Parminder Nagra, who settles in for a recurring guest role. Cybill Shepherd also drops by.

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Salem Community Theatre will have its Night at the Races fundraiser at 7 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul’s School gymnasium, 935 E. State St.

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Call 330-332-9688.

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