Saturday, September 27th at 7:30 PM
Opening Night for the Robert Altman Series of Q&A Screenings
Robert Altman's "M*A*S*H"
1970 / 20th Century-Fox
The Alex Film Society is pleased to partner with Prospect House Entertainment and Glendale Arts in presenting the opening night of the Robert Altman Series of Q&A Screenings, which will continue with showings of classic Altman films at the Alex on October 2, 9 & 16.
Scheduled to appear on the Alex stage for "M*A*S*H" are Bud Cort, Elliott Gould & Sally Kellerman; a special guest moderator will be announced shortly.
- General Admission - $17.50
- Senior (Age 65+) - $13.50
- Student (with ID)- $13.50
- AFS Member - $12.50
(Additional box office fees may apply)
Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM
The Laughs are MONSTERous!
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
1948 / Universal International
Bud and Lou join forces with Universalís menagerie of famous monsters in a perfect blending of comedy and terror Ė the boys were never funnier. A top notch supporting cast plays it absolutely straight, with Bela Lugosi as Dracula, Lon Chaney Jr. making his moonlight change into The Wolf Man and Glenn Strange stalking the boys as Frankensteinís Monster. Even Vincent Price gets a cameo as The Invisible Man. Great fun for ALL AGES.
Special onstage guests scheduled for the 2 PM show: Lou Costello's daughters Chris Costello and Paddy (Costello) Humphreys will talk about their father and the film. Special guests for the evening show will be announced soon!
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at 2 & 8 PM
Three Slaps and Yer Out!
17th Annual Three Stooges Big Screen Event
1936 - 1946 / Columbia Pictures
Stooge Fans canít help but come up winners this November 29!
The theme for our 17th annual edition of this Holiday favorite, "Three Slaps and Yer Out!" will feature the Stooges running amuck in the wide world of sports. Included in the mayhem will be "Playing The Ponies," "Ants In The Pantry," "A Ducking They Did Go," "Grips, Grunts And Groans," "Violent Is The Word For Curly," including the famous "Swinginí the Alphabet" song, and "Mr. Noisy," a Shemp single that has to be seen to be believed.
So be a sport. Come on out and join the crowd for big laffs and surprises, too. When it comes to the Stooges, we're all athletic supporters!