Alfred Hitchcock directed this sinister domestic chiller about an innocent young woman (Joan Fontaine) who marries a dashing but secretive Cary Grant after a whirlwind courtship. Love dissolves into distrust as the new bride fears her husband may be capable of murder.
Doors open at 6:00 pm; Film begins at 8:30pm
AT THEATER - seats can be reserved at the box office on Thursdays at 6pm for all movies showing that weekend.
ONLINE - each week reservations open on Monday 9am for members and on Thursday 9am for non-members.
A credit card holds your seat. There is a $2.00 fee per seat reserved online.
Online reservations close at 5pm on day of screening.
• Phone reservations are available with annual membership ONLY.
• Admission $15.00 (when purchased at the door). So for most everyone I'd anticipate $17.00 per person.
• Cash or check only (Credit card is run only for no-show RSVP's).
My general statement still remains: I can't save seats here at all! I generally get to CUTS around 7:00 and can likely be persuaded to purchase a ticket or two on our members' behalves (call or leave me a voice mail c[masked] and we'll talk). Three of us are already ticketed for tonight, and I whole heartedly recommend your opting to come here and join us (the more the merrier by all means!) too, or for that matter any particular flick which you fancy from their schedule (and go ahead and please suggest any to the group for inclusion for which you judge could make a great event for us and wasn't already scheduled to our meetup). Those who've had an earlier evening spent here I'm sure will attest to what a great venue it truly is. The Garden Cinema has terrifically comfortable zero-gravity chaise lounges (I suggest everyone plan to ask (or online reserve) for seats in the vicinity of 13-16 and 25-28 if they remain), there are some love seat cabanas too, blankets, overhead heaters, the occasional siren going up Washington, in a lot of words ATMOSPHERE - it's outside people, c'mon! See you here!