‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ on the BIG SCREEN — hot dog!
____________________________ December, 2017
Back in 1946, audiences across the country beheld It’s a Wonderful Life for the first time, and they were introduced to this heart-warming story via the BIG SCREEN.
And o these years later, some modern day theatres return this classic movie to the BIG SCREEN, for the generations who have only viewed it on TV.
And hot dog! wouldn’t you want to know where they are? Well, I found a couple. Each is showing at a classic, historic theatre. To boot, I found a website where you may search for It’s a Wonderful Life screenings in your area.
Please see the fabulous details below.
It’s a Wonderful Life at these locations:
◆ Chicago Illinois — Part of a Double Feature
The Music Box Theatre
3733 North Southport Avenue
in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago
Here, have a jolly time at the 34th Annual Christmas Double Feature and Sing-along, December 9th–24th. It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) is paired with the movie “White Christmas” (1954).
Folks may opt for the Double Feature on the scheduled days, or choose one for a Single Feature. Each movie screening begins with “Christmas Caroling with Santa” before the curtain rises to show the feature.
Ticket prices range from $10.00 to $24.00 among advanced tickets, day-of, and member ticket prices. Tickets include assigned seating. Shows throughout the event are selling out — so advanced registration is encouraged.
For more information, and to reserve tickets, visit here, or call (773) 871-6604.
◆ Topeka Kansas — Special screening
720 SW Jackson Street
downtown Topeka Kansas
Keith the Critic hosts a special It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) screening at the Jayhawk Theatre, 7:30 p.m. December 9th. Tickets are $5.00 with a clothing donation for the Topeka Rescue Mission.
For more information, visit Keith the Critic on Facebook, or call (785) 250-6444.
For detailed information, visit the announcement via the “Writer in Residence” CINEMA section: “A Christmas classic in a classic theatre.”
More It’s a Wonderful Life fun
◆ This is the best Christmas movie of all time in my book. Here’s a review I had written via A Romantic’s Perspective CINEMA:
“Christmas Classic — ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’”
Do you know of a theatre hosting an It’s a Wonderful Life screening?
If so, please Comment below, and I’ll be happy to add the location to this article.