MARY POPPINS on Monday, December 26th

It will definitely be a jolly holiday as the Alex Film Society presents Disney’s enduring classic Mary Poppins at Hollywood’s Legion Theater on Monday, December 26th at 2PM. Considered a motion picture technological marvel when first released in 1964 – long before the advent of digital special effects – the film was nominated for 13 Academy Awards, winning five, for Actress, Song, Musical Score, Editing and Visual Effects.

Memorable songs, which shaped the childhood of an entire generation, include A Spoonful of Sugar, Jolly Holiday, Chim Chim Cher-ee, and of course Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Presented with the Legion Theater’s state-of-the-art projection and sound, chances are that you’ll have the opportunity to experience the film as you never have before.

General Admission – Online Ticket Sales Available Now

Tickets may be purchased in advance online, then printed at home, or downloaded to your phone. Tickets to Mary Poppins make the perfect Holiday gift.

Ticket Prices

  • Adults – $15.00
  • Member Groups*  – $10.00
  • Students & Seniors – $10.00
  • Kids 11 and under – $10.00

*Members of the Alex Film Society, Hollywood Heritage, the Film Noir Foundation, Secret Movie Club & Retroformat Silent Films.

Tickets are now available at the following link:

Mary Poppins 12/26/22 at 2PM

Mary and Bert in the Jolly Holiday fantasy sequence

Location and Parking

Address: 2035 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90068.

Limited free parking for this event is available in the lot behind the theater. Additional free parking is available across Highland Avenue from the theater in front of the Hollywood Heritage Museum – this is also known as Hollywood Bowl Lot D. Enter the lot from either Odin St. or Milner Rd. Parking is free for cars with disabled parking placards in the theater’s lot.

Public transit: Ride the Metro Red Line to the Hollywood/Highland station. From there it’s a 12 – 15 minute walk up Highland Avenue to the theater. Assume that holiday schedules will apply.

The Hollywood Legion Theater IS Hollywood History

Clark Gable and Humphrey Bogart downed cocktails and shot pool here, Marilyn Monroe and Shirley Temple were Honorary Colonels here, and the American Legion Post 43 – €”our stunning, historic home – €”had members including Gene Autry, Charlton Heston, and so many more. Our unique ties to the Golden Age of Hollywood make us passionate about giving you classic filmgoing experiences.