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 Universal’s menagerie of famous monsters in a perfect blending of comedy and terror – 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 Frankenstein’s 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. Bela Lugosi Jr. will be our special guest for the 8 PM show.
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 can’t 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 "Swingin’ 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!
Saturday, December 27, 2014 at 2:00 & 7:00 PM
Back by Popular Demand!
The Greatest Cartoons Ever!
Animation Historian Jerry Beck and director Frank Gladstone are back with a brand new roster of some of the greatest shorts from animation’s Golden Age. Included will be titles from the Disney studio, Warner Bros., Universal, Paramount and more, featuring classic characters such as Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, Popeye, Tom and Jerry, and a Woodpecker named Woody. We’ll even have a couple of entries by Tex Avery, the wackiest director in the history of frame by frame filmmaking. Guaranteed to give you plenty of laffs and maybe even a tear or two, and proving, once again, that “they don’t make ‘em like they used to.” So join us for a look at the amazing work from the inventive folks making animated films long before Frozen was even an ice cube!