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The Gold Rush

1925- Charlie Chaplin- Live accompaniment by Robert York on the Mighty Wurlitzer- One of the best movies ever made. The first half hour itself is worth the price of admission, containing some of the funniest scenes you’ll ever see in a movie. The bottom line is that The Gold Rush is still funny after almost a century, and that's a feat few comedies in any year can ever accomplish.
Sun, Dec 3 2:30 PM
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Miracle on 34th Street

1947- Maureen O'Hara, Natalie Wood- A touching holiday tradition that is a must-see for anyone who doesn't believe Santa Claus is real. During filming then eight-year-old actress Natalie Wood was convinced that actor Edmund Gwenn was actually Santa Claus- until she saw him out of costume at the wrap party. The iconic film is one of the American Film Institute's "Most Inspiring Movies of All Time".
Sat, Dec 9 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Remember the Night

1940- Barbary Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray- Introduction and insights by Film Historian Jeremy Arnold- Touched by the Christmas season, a New York District Attorney (Fred MacMurray) releases a petty shoplifter (Barbara Stanwyck) out on bail and offers her a ride home to Indiana. Along the way, they have a run-in with a Pennsylvania sheriff, meet each other's parents, and eventually fall in love. Written by the great Preston Sturges, the film boasts a solid cast of character players who bring comedy, drama and plenty of heart-warming charm.
Sun, Dec 10 2:30 PM
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Rob Richards and Alex-Zsolt "An Old Town Christmas"

Join Rob Richards and Alex-Zsolt for Christmas favorites that come to life on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ and the Bosendorfer Concert Grand Piano. Theatre organist, composer and arranger Rob Richards is best known as the House Organist at Disney’s historic El Capitan theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, where he has performed over 8,000 shows since 1999 – which is only one small part of his global career! Alex-Zsolt is a prolific pianist who has recorded more than twenty CDs, and in addition to his specialty in gospel and inspirational music, he is known for his extensive touring. Join us for a spectacular afternoon of treasured holiday themes- and a few surprises. It's a holiday program for all ages!
Sat, Dec 16 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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White Christmas

1954- Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney- Music by Irving Berlin- With classic Irving Berlin tunes, extraordinary dance numbers, and holiday cheer, White Christmas will get you in the holiday spirit. Bing Crosby introduced the tune "White Christmas" twelve years before, and it had become the most popular Christmas song of the era. Crosby and co-star Rosemary Clooney are both at the height of their vocal talents, and Danny Kaye and Vera Ellen bring lighthearted comedy and dancing pizazz to this timeless classic. With songs like "Sisters", "Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep", and "The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing" this has become a treasured holiday musical.
Sun, Dec 17 2:30 PM
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It's a Wonderful Life

1946- James Stewart, Donna Reed- Directed by Frank Capra- A holiday tradition. Nominated for five Academy Awards (including Best Picture) this classic is now considered one of the greatest and most cherished films of all time.
Sat, Dec 23 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Annual New Year's Eve Celebration

Come celebrate the new year with your friends at Old Town Music Hall! Hosted by renowned theatre organist/pianist Mark Herman, the evening will feature Vitaphone musical shorts of the 1920s and rarely seen comedy shorts from both Buster Keaton and Laurel and Hardy. Complimentary desserts will be served during intermission. Join us as we ring in our 56th year!
Sun, Dec 31 9:00 PM
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