December 14 at 10:00pm
The classic tale of greed, ghosts, redemption and the Christmas spirit is brought to the screen with Seymour Hicks as the world’s most well-known miser: Ebenezer Scrooge.
TRIVIA NUGGET: Seymour Hicks first played the role of Ebenezer Scrooge in 1901, in a silent film based on the Charles Dickens’ novel. He was only 30 years old at the time.
December 15 Double Feature starting at 11:00am
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)
Buster Keaton returns home after years of separation from his father, a burly Mississippi riverboat captain. When a wealthy competitor tries to take over, the son upsets his plans in this comic masterpiece from the silent era.
The Inspector General (1949)
Danny Kaye stars in this musical farce as a simple man in a traveling medicine show who is mistaken by the corrupt town officials as a passing Inspector General. Worried that he will uncover their scheme, they make several bungled attempts to kill the hapless fool.