Sundays & Wednesdays
12:30 and 6:30
August 26 & 29
This coming-of-age baseball comedy was hailed by critic Roger Ebert as a summertime version of A Christmas Story. New kid in town Scotty Smalls wants to fit in, but there’s a problem:he can’t play baseball! Before summer is over, he will make new friends, and together they will confront “the Beast,” a mysterious dog with a scary reputation. The scene where Ham teaches Scotty how to make s’mores is a classic. (“You’re killing me, Smalls!”)Rated PG
September 2 & 5
Where were you in ’62? Writer/director George Lucas was a teenager in Northern California, and his experiences inspired this comedy set at the end of the summer after high school graduation. The stellar cast includes Ron Howard, Cindy Williams, Richard Dreyfuss, Wolfman Jack and newcomer Harrison Ford. A nostalgic look at the era when rock ‘n’ roll was young, filled with hit songs from the period. ("One, two, three o’clock, four o’clock, rock...”) Rated PG
September 9 & 12
The King and I (1956)(1956)
This beloved classic is based on the real story of English school teacher Anna Leonowens, who comes to teach at the royal court in Siam. Though she finds herself at odds with the stubborn monarch, over time, Anna and the king begin to fall in love.
September 16 & 19
Six women come together in this hilarious and heartwarming story of life, love and loss in a small Louisiana parish. At the center of the group is Shelby Eatenton, newly married and joyfully pregnant, despite the fact that her diabetes could make childbirth life-threatening. Terrified and angry at the possibility of losing her only daughter, M'Lynn Eatenton looks to her four closest friends for strength and laughter as she battlesher deepest fear of death in order to join Shelby in celebrating the miracle of new life.
September 23 & 26
Journey into Jim Henson's magical Labyrinth when it returns to the big screen for a three-day fan celebration. Audiences are encouraged to attend the screenings in costume to celebrate the nostalgia, music and legacy of this beloved film.
September 30 & October 3
Young Frankenstein (Original Showing)(1974)
Gene Wilder is Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (“That’s FRONKensteen!”), struggling with the legacy of his infamous mad-scientist grandfather in this classic comedy from Mel Brooks. The stellar supporting cast includes Marty Feldman as Igor (“It’s pronounced Eye-gor”), Madeline Kahn, Peter Boyle, Terri Garr (“Roll, roll, roll in ze hay,”) and Cloris Leachman as the late baron’s mysterious housekeeper Frau Blucher. ("Yes, yes, say it…he vas my boyfriend!”) Rated PG