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The celebration of Universal Pictures' 100th anniversary, presented by NCM Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies, is now midway through a stunning series of classic American films. So far, fans nationwide have been thrilled with the newly restored version of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, as well as the 30th Anniversary showing of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial . In the next several weeks, audiences will have the chance to experience another two classics: a double feature of Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein on Wednesday, October 24th; and To Kill A Mockingbird 50th Anniversary on Thursday, November 15th.
Newly restored and back on the big screen for special one-day-only showings, each title is being presented in select movie theaters nationwide at 7:00 PM (local time), with special matinee showings at select locations. The “TCM Event Series” will be presented using new digital cinema projection systems in select movie theaters around the country.
Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein (October 24th) and To Kill A Mockingbird 50th Anniversary (November 15th) will be showing* at the following cinemas in your area at 7 pm (local time):
Empire 25 with IMAX 234 W 42Nd St New York NY 10036
Clifton Commons 16 with IMAX 405 State Rt 3 Clifton NJ 07014
Bay Plaza 13 2210 Bartow Ave Unit 12 Bronx NY 10475
Stonybrook 17 with IMAX 2196 Nesconset Hwy Stony Brook NY 11790
Wayne 14 67 Willowbrook Blvd Wayne NJ 07470
East Hanover 12 145 State Route 10 East Hanover NJ 07936
Kips Bay 15 with IMAX 570 2Nd Ave New York NY 10016
Seacourt 10 635 Bay Ave Toms River NJ 08753
Rockaway 16 with IMAX 363 Mount Hope Ave Rockaway NJ 07866
Garden State 16 with IMAX 1 Garden State Plz Paramus NJ 07652
Danbury 16 with IMAX 4 International Dr Danbury CT 06810
The Moviehouse 44 Main St Millerton NY 12546
Cranford 25 North Avenue Cranford NJ 07016
Westfield 250 E Broad St Westfield NJ 07090
Showplace 14 650 Plaza Dr Secaucus NJ 07094
Edgewater 16 Multiple Cinemas 339 River Rd Edgewater NJ 07020
Island 16 Cinema De Lux 185 Morris Ave Holtsville NY 11742
City Center 15 Cinema Delux 19 Mamaroneck Ave White Plains NY 10601
College Point Multiplex 2855 Ulmer St Flushing NY 11354
Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas 1001 Broadhollow Rd Farmingdale NY 11735
Westbury Stadium 12 with IMAX 7000 Brush Hollow Rd Westbury NY 11590
Union Square Stadium 14 850 Broadway New York NY 10003
New Roc Stadium 18 plus IMAX 33 Lecount Pl New Rochelle NY 10801
Commerce Center 18 2399 Us Highway 1 North Brunswick NJ 08902
Promenade 16 2805 Center Valley Pkwy Center Valley PA 18034
Just in time for Halloween, the double feature of 1931’s Frankenstein and its 1935 sequel The Bride of Frankenstein on October 24th will reintroduce audiences to the famous story of brilliant scientist Henry Frankenstein and his experiments that re-animate a lifeless body into a dangerous creature that soon escapes. The sequel finds Dr. Frankenstein and his monster both alive; but a mad scientist, Dr. Pretorius, kidnaps Dr. Frankenstein’s wife and forces him to create a new female companion for the monster. The two films—both starring Boris Karloff—will be introduced by TCM Host Robert Osborne and will feature exclusive interviews conducted at this year’s TCM Classic Film Festival, including conversations with Karloff’s daughter Sara Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Jr. (son of the classic “Dracula” star), and Academy Award®-winning make-up artist Rick Baker.
The series continues on November 15 with a special 50th Anniversary screening of To Kill A Mockingbird, based on Harper Lee's 1961 Pulitzer Prize-winning book. Oscar® winner Gregory Peck plays Atticus Finch, a lawyer in a racially divided Alabama town in the 1930s. The event will feature a special TCM-produced introduction, interviews and historical commentary featuring TCM Weekend Daytime Host Ben Mankiewicz.
Tickets to the series are on sale now, and available at presenting theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com.
For a complete list of cinemas for Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankensteinvisit http://www.fathomevents.com/upcoming/alllocations.aspx?eventid=1105
A full list of theaters for To Kill A Mockingbird 50th Anniversary is available at http://www.fathomevents.com/upcoming/alllocations.aspx?eventid=1106
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