Summer of Classic Movies Wednesdays at the Majestic Theater Gettysburg

Enjoy our seventh season of “Classic Movies” on the Big Screen in our historic theater like you’ve never seen them before! Make Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. your special night (except July 10th and 17th) at the Majestic for only $6.00. Popcorn, refreshments, beer & wine available.

June 5th- The Ten Commandments (1956) Cecile B. DeMille’s Biblical epic about Moses (Charlton Heston) and the Hebrews fleeing the evil clutches of the Egyptian Pharoh (Yul Bryner).  Frogs, lice, flies, boils & locusts are not welcome.

June 12th- Singin’ in the Rain (1952) Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor & Debbie Reynolds star in the greatest American movie musical of all time.  Co-presentation with Gettysburg Festival featuring a silent auction of homemade pies.

June 19th- Lawrence of Arabia (1962) David Lean’s spectacular masterpiece about the British Army’s desert campaign of WWI that made Peter O’Toole & Omar Sharif international stars.

June 26th- His Gal Friday (1940) Wisecracking comedy about an unscrpulous newspaper editor (Carey Grant) who tries to trick his ace reporter ex-wife (Rosalind Russell) from remarrying in order to get the scoop on a prison break.

July 3rd- Gettysburg (1992) Ron Maxwell’s awe-inspiring re-creation of the Civil War’s most famous battle, returns to the Majestic Theater — site of its 1992 world premiere — to commemorate the battle’s Sesquicentennial.

July 24th- American in Paris (1951) Gene Kelly & Leslie Caron star in this brilliant Technicolor tone poem inspired by the music & lyrics of George & Ira Gershwin.

July 31st- Fort Apache (1948) John Wayne & Henry Fonda star in John Ford’s hard-charging, bugle-blowing, sable-rattling tale of the U.S. Calvary.

August 7th- Sullivan’s Travels (1941) Preston Sturges’ brilliant satire about Depression-era America with memorable performances by Joel McCrea & Veronica Lake.  Anyone wearing a “peek-a-boo” hairstyle gets in free.

August 14th- The Red Shoes (1948) One of the most critically-acclaimed, visually-stunning British films of all-time about the agony & the ecstacy of ballet, love & betrayal.

August 21st- North by Northwest (1959) Alfred Hitchcock’s man-fleeing, dive-bombing, cliff-hanging thriller about mistaken identity starring Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint & James Mason.

August 28th- Guys & Dolls (1955) Frank Loesser’s Tony Award-winning musical, movable crap game starring Marlon Brando & Frank Sinatra at the top of their games.

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