Golden Age of Hollywood
Matinee Movie Series
Select Wednesday Afternoons
Before television, movie complexes and the internet - there were movie theatres. Grand movie palaces were built with great excess including elaborate interior design, conditioned air and the incredible ambiance that became an important part of the movie-going experience. Built in 1928 to capture the huge demand for "talkies," The Ritz Theatre became "the" place to see movies in Tiffin. Enjoy a nostalgic journey down memory lane with the movies that played an integral role in the history of The Ritz. This season's matinee movie series theme is "Close but No Cigar" featuring some of the greatest actors from that era that never won an Academy Award for Best Actor.
All tickets $3 - (EV)(SP-1)(GAH)
|October 17||Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)|
|November 7||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)|
|December 19 || East of Eden (1955)|
|January 16 || Citizen Kane (1941)|
|February 13 || Dr. Zhivago (1965)|
|March 13 || From Here to Eternity (1948)|
|April 17 || North by Northwest (1959)|
|May 15 || Goodbye Mr. Chips (1969)|
The Golden Age of Hollywood Series|
is brought to you by a grant from
The Tiffin Community Foundation.