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Stagecoach- CANCELLED

This masterpiece from director John Ford is one of the finest Westerns ever made, and it’s the film that truly made John Wayne a movie star. It’s a wonderful ensemble character piece with strong performances and spectacular black and white cinematography. Nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction and Best Editing. It’s a true American classic!
Sat, Jan 22 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Riverboat Dixie Jazz Band= CANCELLED

Traditional New Orleans Dixieland jazz with lots of great tunes and songs composed between 1897 and the 1920's - the "Jazz Age". Early American jazz, humorous narrative, and audience ? participation make the for an afternoon of exciting, upbeat, toe-tapping fun for the whole family.
Sun, Jan 23 2:30 PM
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The Three Stooges Festival- CANCELLED

Join us for a hilarious selection of shorts from three of the funniest guys ever. There were almost two hundred Three Stooges short comedies produced over many decades, starting in the 1930s. We’ve selected some of the best ones, so bring the kids and get ready to laugh out loud!
Sat, Jan 29 2:30 PM7:00 PM
Sun, Jan 30 2:30 PM
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The Dawn of Hollywood Musicals, Part 1- CANCELLED

Featuring Janet Klein, Frederick Hodges, and historian Steven C. Smith- Oh, gee. Oh, joy! Join chanteuse Janet Klein, piano virtuoso Frederick Hodges, and award- winning author Steven C. Smith for a very special event. Janet and Frederick will perform early, rare movie songs by the Gershwins, Rodgers & Hart and other greats; Steven will share the fascinating story of Hollywood’s turbulent transition to the talkies. Don’t miss this wonderful two-day event, including two evenings of great films featuring the wonderful music we celebrate this weekend.
Sat, Feb 5 2:30 PM
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The Cocoanuts- CANCELLED

The creative talents of George S. Kaufman, Irving Berlin, and the Marx Brothers went into the production of the Broadway musical "The Cocoanuts" which ran for 216 shows in 1925-1926. This film version of the live show offers a rare, historic look at a 20s era Broadway musical. Paramount made very few concessions in adapting the stage show to the screen, so what we have here is basically a filmed play, and a very rare treat!
Sat, Feb 5 7:00 PM
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The Dawn of Hollywood Musicals, Part 2 CANCELLED

Featuring Janet Klein, Frederick Hodges, and historian Steven C. Smith The celebration continues... Join chanteuse Janet Klein, piano virtuoso Frederick Hodges, and award-winning author Steven C. Smith for even more early, rare movie songs by the Gershwins, Rodgers & Hart and other greats – a whole new show with all different songs from Saturday’s show. The joy continues!
Sun, Feb 6 2:30 PM
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Flying Down to Rio- CANCELLED

1933 • Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers Flying Down to Rio was the film that made Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers a superstar duo. The two relative unknowns heated up the screen in a dance number called "The Carioca”. It ? generated such a positive response from critics and fans that they were eventually reunited in nine films. This one is an all-time favorite at Old Town Music Hall.
Sun, Feb 6 7:00 PM
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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

1953 • Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell are terrific in their musical comedy roles as "two little girls from Little Rock". The film is filled with comic gags and the musical numbers are terrific -- especially the classic “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend”. Directed by the one and only Howard Hawks, this classic is one glitzy, glamorous Hollywood spectacle.
Sat, Feb 12 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Only Angels Have Wings

1939 • Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, Rita Hayworth Directed by real-life pilot Howard Hawks, this gem is often overshadowed by all the other great films released in 1939. But this is one heck of a movie. It’s the story of mail carriers in South America who must fly in bad conditions through a perilous mountain pass. Along with Cary Grant and Jean Arthur, this is the first major role for glamorous Rita Hayworth. The film is an epic drama with adventure, action, thrills, suspense, and love – and some great flying sequences.
Sat, Feb 19 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Jelani Eddington in Concert

A tremendously gifted and accomplished theater organist, Jelani Eddington is one of the most sought- after performers in the field. In addition to his work as an organist, Jelani has distinguished himself as a concert pianist, and he is sure to delight us with some memorable music on our Bösendorfer grand piano. From early pop standards, to jazz, movie music, Broadway tunes, and always a lot fun surprises. This concert is sponsored by the Los Angeles Theatre Organ Society.
Sun, Feb 20 2:30 PM
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Steamboat Bill, Jr.

1928 - silent • Buster Keaton • With Live Accompaniment by Bill Campbell on the Mighty Wurlitzer • Buster Keaton was one of the great silent auteurs, known for his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and dangerous stunts -- such the final hurricane scene in Steamboat Bill, Jr. where an ? entire building collapses on Keaton... but he’s left standing safely in an open door that falls perfectly around hm. Buster Keaton was far ahead of his time.
Sat, Feb 26 2:30 PM
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The Gold Rush

1925 • Charlie Chaplin 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 ninety years, and that's a feat few comedies in any year can ever accomplish. The film will be presented with a musical score composed by Chaplin himself.
Sat, Feb 26 7:00 PM
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1928 – silent • Harold Lloyd • With Live Accompaniment by Bill Campbell on the Mighty Wurlitzer • One of the greatest films of Harold Lloyd’s career, and his last silent film as merely one year later everyone was making “talkies”. The film gives us a wonderful glimpse of New York and Coney Island in the 1920s, and even a cameo by Babe Ruth! Great gags and stunts, this movie is lots of fun!
Sun, Feb 27 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. Released just a few years after the emergence of sound films, City Lights is essentially a silent film, with sounds effects and a recorded musical score composed by Chaplin himself.
Sun, Feb 27 7:00 PM
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Breakfast at Tiffany's

1961 • Audrey Hepburn. George Peppard- An elegant and charming romantic comedy starring the one and only Audrey Hepburn. This film introduced the song “Moon River” and a wonderful score by Henry Mancini. Directed by Blake Edwards and based on the novel by Truman Capote, the film follows the lives of two young people in New York city whose attraction to each other weaves a tangled web.
Sat, Mar 5 2:30 PM7:00 PM
Sun, Mar 6 2:30 PM
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Captain Blood

1935 • Errol Flynn, Olivia deHavilland This is a great flick! It’s the first of eight films co-starring Flynn and de Havilland. This was Flynn’s first major film role and it was star-making vehicle for de Havilland as well. It’s a classic swashbuckling adventure on the high seas with a solid story, wonderful acting, and lots of fun!
Sat, Mar 12 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Carl Sonny Leland

We are thrilled to welcome back an Old Town Music Hall favorite for an afternoon of boogie woogie, blues, swing, ragtime and jazz on our 9ft Bösendorfer concert grand piano. Carl Sonny Leyland is known internationally as a specialist in boogie woogie piano & has been inducted in to the boogie woogie Hall of Fame. A great improviser, Sonny’s shows are a veritable grab bag of musical surprises, both spontaneous and fun, all with boogie woogie at the core.
Sun, Mar 13 2:30 PM
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Girl Crazy

1943 • Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland This wonderful MGM musical was based on the stage musical of the same name, and was the ninth of ten films featuring Mickey and Judy. With music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin, the film features the songs “Embraceable You”, “I Got Rhythm” and “But Not For Me”.
Sat, Mar 19 2:30 PM7:00 PM
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Rob Richards in Concert "Hooray For Hollywood!"

Theater organist, composer-arranger, organ designer and tonal finisher Rob Richards is best known as the House Organist for Disney’s historic El Capitan theater on Hollywood Boulevard, where he has performed over 8000 shows since 1999. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg of an illustrious, global career spanning five decades! We’re delighted to welcome Rob to his first ever concert at Old Town Music Hall (what took you so long, Rob?!). Join us for an afternoon featuring many of your favorite movie melodies from Hollywood’s golden age and beyond in a program for all ages from the young to the young at heart!
Sun, Mar 20 2:30 PM
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Double Indemnity

1944 • Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck Double Indemnity sets the standard for Hollywood film noir. It was adapted from James M. Cain's novel and written by Raymond Chandler and the film’s iconic director Billy Wilder. MacMurray’s performance is supreme, and the music is from none other than Miklós Rózsa . You’ll be glued to the screen from start to finish. This is first-rate filmmaking.
Sat, Mar 26 2:30 PM7:00 PM
Sun, Mar 27 2:30 PM
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