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  • THE MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM
  • THE VAMPIRE BAT
  • THE VAMPIRE BAT
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THE MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM & THE VAMPIRE BAT

Sunday, March 24

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

THE MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM

1:10   

(1933, Michael Curtiz) Nosy reporter Glenda Farrell stops at nothing to find out exactly what’s in those wax dummies, while, screaming her greatest scream, Fay Wray unmasks the impresario Lionel Atwill, in this two-tone Technicolor terror. 35mm. Approx. 77 min.

THE VAMPIRE BAT

2:45   

(1933, Frank Strayer) When villagers keep dying of drastic blood loss, doc Lionel Atwill votes for vampirism, while cop Melvyn Douglas remains skeptical, especially after Dwight Frye reveals his obsession with bats, with Fay Wray simultaneously Douglas’ love and… 35mm print courtesy UCLA Film & Television Archive. Approx. 65 min.