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  • A group of two women and three men stand together, all looking in the same direction.
    THE MAZE
  • Two women stand in the dark with a man holding a tall candlestick.
    THE MAZE
  • Actor Ronald Reagan grips the arms of actor Ann Sheridan, who kneels by his bedside.
    KINGS ROW
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THE MAZE & KINGS ROW

Thursday, August 29

DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

THE MAZE – IN 3-D!

12:40   4:45   8:50*  Buy Tickets

*Introduced by film restorer Robert Furmanek, founder of 3-D Film Archive 

(1953, William Cameron Menzies) A bleak, meandering Scottish castle is the backdrop for moody stereoscopic atmospherics. New 3-D DCP restoration. Approx. 80 min.

Restored from original left and right eye camera negatives by Paramount Pictures, in association with The Film Foundation. Special thanks to Martin Scorsese. Scanned in 4K at Pro-Tek with 3-D Alignment and restoration by 3-D Film Archive.

“A dark fable… invaluably unique for its era.”
– Jeff Kuykendall, Midnight Only

“One of the damnedest films ever made… surprisingly moving.”
– Bill Warren, Keep Watching the Skies!

KINGS ROW

2:20   6:25  Buy Tickets

(1942, Sam Wood) “Where’s the rest of me?” gasps Ronald Reagan, as he wakes to a nasty surprise post-surgery; and why does doctor Claude Rains react so strongly to daughter Betty Field’s romance with Robert Cummings? Dark side of a late Victorian, all-American small town, with deep focus photography by James Wong Howe. 35mm. Approx. 127 min.

“Tranquilly accepting the many varieties of psychopathic behavior as the simple facts of life, this film has its own kind of sentimental glow.”
– Pauline Kael