From Billy Crystal to Kurt Russell, Hollywood icons attended the 10th annual TCM Classic Film Festival this past weekend in Hollywood.

Crystal was honored with a handprint and footprint in front of TCL Chinese Theatre and attended a 30th anniversary screening of “When Harry Met Sally.. “ opening night on April 11 with co-star Meg Ryan and director Rob Reiner.

This year’s festival, with screenings at the TCL Chinese Theatre, the Egyptian Theater, the Hollywood Roosevelt, among others, featured appearances by Kurt Russell and director John Carpenter for their film “Escape from New York.” A screening of Robert Altman’s “Nashville” brought out Keith Carradine and Jeff Goldblum. The Rat Pack film “Ocean's 11” was reminisced by co-star Angie Dickinson poolside at the Roosevelt Hotel.

Other stars who appeared included Jacqueline Bisset, Rita Wilson, Louis Gossett Jr., Alex Trebek, Burt Bacharach, Patty McCormack, Bill Hader and director Frank Darabont.

For more information, visit filmfestival.tcm.com.

Contact this reporter at mhixon@tbrnews.com or on Twitter @michaeljhixon.com.

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