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What’s the best way to watch perhaps the most famous Spaghetti Western of all time? Try watching it on the Big Screen in a classic theater that seats 950 guests! Imagine the atmosphere of that many people watching a movie together. It’s truly a magic feeling.

This Thursday join the crew of the Pickwick Classic Film Series as we bring this classic back to the theater for a one night only special 50th Anniversary showing. We give you, the guest, the Red Carpet treatment because you deserve it. We welcome new faces and love to see old friends visit month after month. It’s like belonging to a movie club only you actually get to to be in a theater.

Tomorrow night we’ll see legend Clint Eastwood as Blondie, the man with no name. He’s the Good. Then you have Lee Van Cleef as the Bad. Eli Wallach is the Ugly. Join this unlikely trio as they fight together and apart during Civil War times for goals not always mutually agreeable. They are truly The Good, The Bad And The Ugly.

Also notable is the unmistakably memorable soundtrack by Italian composer Ennio Morricone. Early in his career he wrote this classic and he’s still bringing us beautiful scores. Most recently Morricone wrote the score for Quentin Tarantino’s 8th film, The Hateful Eight (currently touring the country as a special Roadshow Engagement in 70mm.)

What:

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly (1966)

When:

January 7, 2016

Live Organ music by Famed Organist Jay Warren at 6:30pm

Feature 7:00 p.m. (161 Minutes)

Where:

The Pickwick Theater

5 S. Prospect Ave. Park Ridge, ILL

 

Why:

50th Anniversary Screening

 

Admission:

Regular – Day of $10 / Advanced $8

Seniors – Day of $7 / Advanced $6

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