Rise up, James Dean fans. "Rebel Without a Cause" is returning to the big screen next weekend.
The classic 1955 drama about teenage angst in suburbia will be shown in select theaters nationwide on September 23—and again on the 26th—at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. local time.
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Released less than a month after Dean, 24, was killed in a car crash, "Rebel Without a Cause" earned the fallen star the first posthumous Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
But his performance wasn't the only one to be honored: Sal Mineo and Natalie Wood were nominated for Best Supporting Actor and Actress. The cast also included Jim Backus, Dennis Hopper and Ed Platt, who would later co-star as The Chief in the 1960s sitcom "Get Smart."
The special screenings are part of an ongoing series presented by Turner Classic Movies in conjunction with Fathom Events.