Fellow classic/cult/modern film aficionados in the region will be jumping for joy for the return of a vintage film showcase in Gettysburg.
Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater presents: “2019 Summer Classic Film Series”
Gettysburg College’s famous Gettysburg Majestic Theater (at the Jennifer and David LeVan Performing Arts Center) will be presenting the return of their “Summer Classic Film Series” for summer 2019. The Majestic Theater will be showcasing a blend of classic, cult and critically-acclaimed feature films on Wed. evenings at 7:30 p.m. (local time) from June 5-Aug. 28. Each film in the theater’s “2019 Summer Classic Film Series” will be presented with a special on-stage introduction by area film aficionado and founding executive director of Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater, Jeffrey W. Gabel. An audience raffle prize giveaway will also occur before the show.
There’s something for everyone in the Majestic’s “2019 Summer Classic Film Series” festival.
One of cinema’s all-time greats will be returning to the big screen in Gettysburg to kick off a historic theater’s summer classic film showcase.
Gettysburg’s “Majestic Theater” presents the return of their “Summer Classic Movies” series for 2018 with “Casablanca” (1942) on the big screen
Original 1942 Warner Bros. theatrical trailer for “Casablanca.”
The historic Majestic Theater in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania will kick off their “Summer Classic Movies” anthology series of classic/cult cinematic favorites for 2018 with their presentation of “Casablanca” (1942) on the big screen. The screening of the Michael Curtiz–Hal B. Wallis classic at the historic cinema will take place on the evening of Wed., June 6 at 7:30 p.m. (local time).
The Majestic’s presentation of “Casablanca” (1942) will have an opening introduction by area film historian and executive founding director of the Majestic Theater, Jeffrey W. Gabel. Attendees of the Majestic’s presentation of “Casablanca” (1942) will be eligible to win a raffle prize, according to the official website of the Majestic.
Who was in “Casablanca” (1942)?
Appearing in “Casablanca” (1942) were Humphrey Bogart (as Rick Blaine), Ingrid Bergman (as Ilsa Lund), Paul Henreid (as Victor Lazlo), Claude Rains (as Louis Renault), Peter Lorre (as Ugarte), Dooley Wilson (as Sam), S.Z. “Cuddles” Sakall (as Carl), Conrad Veidt (as Strasser), Sydney Greenstreet (as Ferrari), Madeleine Lebeau (as Yvonne), Joy Page (as Annina Brandel), John Qualen (as Berger) and Leonid Kinskey (as Sacha).
Classic and cult cinema fans in the area will be excited about the return of a vintage film showcase in Gettysburg.
Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater: 2017 Summer Classic Film Series
The Majestic Theater marquee in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Gettysburg College’s historic Majestic Theater will be bringing back their “Summer Classic Movies” series. The Majestic will be showcasing classic and cult feature films Wed. evenings at 7:30 p.m., beginning on June 7 and will end on Aug. 24.
Each film that will be showcased in the series will have a special on-stage introduction by Jeffrey Gabel, area cinema aficionado and founding executive director of the theater. The Majestic will also have a special raffle prize giveaway during each show.
There’s something for everyone in the theater’s “Summer Classic Movies” showcase, ranging from classic flicks to cult favorites and modern features.
A recent change has been made to an upcoming major classic film screening at the Majestic Theater in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
The Feb. 13 revival screening of the 1942 classic, “Casablanca,” with special guest Robert Osborne (of Turner Classic Movies) has been cancelled. According to a recent press release from the theater, Osborne informed the management of the Majestic that he is in the hospital and is undergoing treatment for pneumonia.
Osborne, a noted film critic and longtime TCM host (since the network’s launch in 1994), was originally slated to make a special guest appearance on stage at the Majestic, before the cinema’s screening of “Casablanca” (alongside Jeffrey W. Gabel, founding executive director of the theater). The cinema is honoring ticket refunds.
The writer of “Silver Screen Reflections” and “At the Matinee” wishes Robert Osborne a speedy recovery and is hopeful that he will reschedule his appearance at the Majestic in the near future.