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The Sedalia Ragtime Orchestra

The Sedalia Ragtime Orchestra celebrates music from the ragtime era, roughly 1897 to 1917 — including the music of Scott Joplin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, and Irving Berlin — as well as marches, waltzes, early show tunes, and Tin Pan Alley favorites. Start tuning your vocal cords because you might be asked to sing along with some of the songs we all know and love.
Sun, May 28 2:30 PM
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Cinema Paradiso

1988 • Philippe Noiret, Enzo Cannavale- This beloved film holds a special place in the hearts of movie lovers. It’s about a filmmaker who recalls how he fell in love with movies at the cinema in his small home town. The 155-minute running time flies by, with a compelling and incredibly romantic story, beautiful photography and an emotionally powerful score by Ennio Morricone. Beautiful and terrific in every way. And what better setting than Old Town Music Hall, a small-town cinema. Don’t miss this one.
Sat, Jun 3 2:30 PM7:00 PM
Sun, Jun 4 2:30 PM
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City Lights

1931 • Charlie Chaplin- Featuring Charlie Chaplin’s iconic “Tramp” character, City Lights is Chaplin’s most critically acclaimed and financially successful film. Beneath all the comedy is one of cinema’s most profoundly moving romantic stories. To this day, City Lights is considered one of the greatest films of all time. Presented with a score composed by Chaplin himself, this film can be seen again and again, with new discoveries each time.
Sat, Jun 10 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Gone with the Wind

1939 • Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh- This film is a classic epic of the American South and, despite criticism of its unrealistic depiction of slavery, is considered one of the greatest American movies ever made. Gone with the Wind won ten Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress for Hattie McDaniel -- the first Oscar awarded to an African-American actor. Fair warning: the film runs almost four hours, so bring money for popcorn and prepare to spend the whole afternoon with us. You’ll be glad you did!
Sun, Jun 11 2:30 PM
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46th Annual Ragtime Festival

• Eve Elliot, Vincent Johnson, John Reed-Torres • The popular American musical genre known as “Ragtime” enjoyed its heyday between 1895 and about 1920, and then fell into virtual obscurity until a revival in the 1970s with Scott Joplin’s “The Entertainer” made popular by the film The Sting. Please join us as we celebrate our 46th year of this rousing tradition with three phenomenal, local pianists. You’ll love ‘em!
Sat, Jun 17 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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1927 – silent • Clara Bow, Charles “Buddy” Rogers • Live Accompaniment by Randy Woltz on the Mighty Wurlitzer • Directed by William Wellman • Special Guest: William Wellman, Jr. • Wings was awarded the first-ever Oscar® for Best Picture in 1927, featuring spectacular aerial photography and a memorably sweet performance by Clara Bow. It’s a crowning achievement of the silent-era. This is a rare opportunity to see the film with live accompaniment on our Mighty Wurlitzer -- just as it was experienced by audiences in 1927 -- and to meet the son of director William Wellman who will be on hand to share fascinating insights and to autograph his book about the making of the film.
Sun, Jun 18 2:30 PM
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1942 • Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid • Special Guest: Author, Harlan Lebo • Join us for one of the most romantic films of the 1940s, and experience it here on the big screen with a flawlessly restored release by Warner Bros. Alongside Bogart and Bergman is a perfect supporting cast including Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet, and Claude Rains. Academy Award® winner for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay, Casablanca is one of the greatest films ever made. See this timeless classic on the big screen, joined by special guest Harlan Lebo, author of the book Casablanca: Behind the Scenes.
Sat, Jun 24 2:30 PM7:00 PM
Sun, Jun 25 2:30 PM
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