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Monday Night at the Movies

Presenting a diverse selection of classic movies from favorites to lesser known flicks. Admission is $5, cash only at the door.

Movies are listed in chronological order. Please scroll down to find the latest.
If you are interested in sponsoring a movie for $100, please contact us. 

Suspicion

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - November's Theme: Hitchcock

(1941) (99 min) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Strangers On A Train

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - November's Theme: Hitchcock

(1951) (101 min) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Farley Granger and Robert Walker

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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To Catch A Thief

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - November's Theme: Hitchcock

(1955) (106 min) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Cary Grant and Grace Kelly

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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The Shop Around The Corner

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - December's Theme: 1940's Holiday Movies

(1940) (97 min) Directed by Ernst Lubich, with Margaret Sullivan and James Stewart

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Going My Way

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - December's Theme: 1940's Holiday Movies

(1944) (126 min) Directed by Leo McCary, with Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Christmas in Connecticut

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - December's Theme: 1940's Holiday Movies

(1945) (101 min) Directed by Peter Godfrey, with Barbara Stanwyck and Dennis Morgan

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Come to the Stable

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - December's Theme: 1940's Holiday Movies

(1949) (94 min) Directed by Henry Koster, with Loretta Young and Celeste Holm

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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In A Lonely Place

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - January's Theme: FILM NOIR

(1950) (94 min) Directed by Nicholas Ray, with Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Angel Face

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - January's Theme: FILM NOIR

(1953) (91 min) Directed by Otto Preminger, with Robert Mitchum and Jean Simmons

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Niagara

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - January's Theme: FILM NOIR

(1953) (92 min) Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Marilyn Monroe and Joseph Cotton

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Touch of Evil

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - January's Theme: FILM NOIR

(1958) (95 min) Directed by Orson Welles, with Charlton Heston and Janet Leigh

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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A Raisin in the Sun

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - February's Theme: An Homage to Sidney Poitier

(1961) (128 min) Directed by Daniel Petrie. Also starring Ruby Dee

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Pressure Point

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - February's Theme: An Homage to Sidney Poitier

(1962) (91 min) Directed by Hubert Cornfield. Also starring Bobby Darin

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required. Special intro and brief post-screening discussion led by Wallace Bullock.

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In the Heat of the Night

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - February's Theme: An Homage to Sidney Poitier


(1967) (110 min) Directed by Norman Jewison, also starring Rod Steiger
Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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To Sir, With Love

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - February's Theme: An Homage to Sidney Poitier

(1967) (105 min) Directed by James Clavell

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only. Masks required.

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Dark Victory

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - March's Theme: Film Divas

(1939) (104 min) Directed by Edmund Goulding, starring Bette Davis

with George Brent, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Humphrey Bogart, Henry Travers and Ronald Reagan
Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only.

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A Woman’s Face

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - March's Theme: Film Divas

(1941) (106 min) Directed by George Cukor, starring Joan Crawford

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only.

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Imitation of Life

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - March's Theme: Film Divas

(1959) (125 min) Directed by Douglas Sirk, starring Lana Turner

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only.

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The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies - March's Theme: Film Divas

(1964) (126 min) Directed by Charles Walters, starring Debbie Reynolds

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only.

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Bright Road

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies

(1953) (68 min) Directed by Gerald Meyer, with Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belafonte

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only.

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Neptune’s Daughter

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies

(1949) (95 min) Directed by Edward Bezell, with Esther Williams and Red Skelton

Movies start at 6 pm
$5 at the door, cash only.

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The Bride of Frankenstein

Patricia Neal Stage

Monday Night at the Movies

(1935) (75 min) Directed by James Whale, with Boris Karloff & Elsa Lanchester

$5 at the door, cash only.

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