Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Old Movie Night

What do you have planned for tomorrow? If your schedule is free, there is a fantastic old movie night that goes on every Wednesday at the Million Dollar Theater. This week is a double feature: Live and Die in LA and The French Connection. I went two weeks ago to see Young Frankenstein, and it was lots of fun. I was surprised at just how many people came out! There must have been at least 75. It really gives life to the old Broadway theaters to see them used on a regular basis. The movie night is a trial program between UCLA and the theater. If it is successful, they are going to try and make it a permanent thing. I hope to get to at least one more movie before the series ends in December, and (fingers crossed) they will bring it back in the spring!

PS: This lady apparently guards the women's room. She was perfectly creepy for when I went--the week of Halloween. But I think she's probably there all the time, so just be prepared for her.

1 comment:

Ryan said...

Young Frankenstein is a good choice. That sounds awesome that they play old movies at the theater. I would definitely go.