"Shadow of a Doubt" is SOLDOUT, but CUTS still remains SD's Best Date Venue!!

Shadow of a Doubt[masked] minutes

From TopsPresents.com website:  Alfred Hitchcock brings a bumper crop of shivers to this folksy thriller  about the dark shadows within the heart of small-time America. A world-wise adventurer(Joseph Cotten) insinuates himself into his sister's family and local community. All is well until someone mentions the Merry Widow Murderer...

From the trailer synopsis: Joseph Cotton star as Uncle Charlie, a calculating and charming killer who hides out in his relatives' small hometown. There, he befriends his favorite niece and namesake, Young Charlie (Teresa Wright). But she begins to suspect he may be the famed Merry Widow murderer. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues as the psychopathic killer plots the death of his young niece to protect his secret.


Doors open at 6:00 pm; Film begins at 8:30pm

HIGH probability of a sellout by Friday morning for the Friday evening show.  I anticipate I will choose to RSVP in person Thursday evening for myself.  If others - that don't hold their seat with the CUTS RSVP option - want a ticket bought on your behalf then of course we should talk (or text)[masked] by Thursday morning!

This is a movie I've never seen, but Cotten in this trailer looks as dark as the psycho (not Anthony Perkins/Norman Bates) loon from Strangers on a Train.  If this coal black film appeals to your noir tastes too, then please choose to join me!

RESERVING SEATS

AT THEATER - seats can be reserved (All transactions at CUTS are by cash/check) 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 Wednesday 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' behalf’s (call, text, or leave me a voice mail - Droid[masked] - and we'll talk).  I whole heartedly recommend coming here for any flick which you fancy from their schedule on your own!  Those who've had an earlier evening spent here I'm sure will attest to what a great venue this 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!

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  • Stephen

    I find more and more each time that Hitchcock frequently does let on who done it early (at least to the audience), but then leaves the other characters to work through why the guilty one "done it," and how their individual actions of moral equivocation often provide further motivation to future heinous deeds at the hands of the guilty one.

    August 23

  • Betsy

    I thoroughly enjoyed the movie, yet it was the most predictable of all the Hitchcock's I've seen. The villain was identified early on, yet I kept trying to find alternatives, expecting a switch at the end. Didn't happen. Joseph Cotton seemed very powerful, from both his stern countenance and the camera angle which made him appear very tall. He made a small speech at the dinner table about fat, wealthy widows that really gave me a chill. Theresa Wright gave a good performance of a naive young girl who loses her innocence when she is made aware of her Uncle's evil deeds. It was fun to see the "typical" 40's home decorations and fashions, while waxing nostalgic for a time when families all sat down and ate supper together.

    August 22

  • Ellen Y

    i will be there soon

    1 · August 22

  • Stephen

    The show is a sellout! If you didn't already RSVP with CUTS (or are not named Ellen or Betsy) you are now out of luck.

    August 22

  • Stephen

    I've just parked, and will be at the gate in 2.5 minutes.

    August 22

  • Ellen Y

    Thanks so much, Stephen. I will see you tomorrrow evening by 7:30.

    1 · August 21

  • Stephen

    Ellen, and Betsy we have seats 1, 2 & 3. Everyone else as of now 8 or fewer seats remain! Go online and RSVP (actually that may be turned off until morning based on website verbage.

    1 · August 21

  • Stephen

    Okay all, I have two plus myself for whom I'm buying tickets tonight presently. Are there any other sure bets planning to attend tomorrow - leaving no Shadow of a Doubt - who desire my purchasing their ticket too, and will reimburse me in full then? Call or text 8584722903. I will post seats' numbers and RSVP name by about 7:00pm.

    August 21

  • Betsy

    So if I get there at 7:00, will I be able to have a seat, or should I reserve online?

    August 19

    • Stephen

      Should read gate opening in the above.

      August 19

    • Stephen

      Patricia, I was asleep at the wheel, contact me if you would like me to purchase your ticket too.

      August 19

  • Ellen Y

    Thanks, Stephen, I would like you to purchase a tic for me, I will have the $15 in cash for you on friday.

    August 19

    • Stephen

      All set Ellen. I'll post the seats purchased probably by 7:00 on Thursday evening.

      August 19

  • Cindy

    What time do you recommend getting there?

    August 19

    • Stephen

      Cindy, With an online reservation, or pre-paid ticket arriving by 8:10 should be sufficient. Again you must pay for your ticket with cash or check, and their "boxoffice" desk can backup some after 8:00. Parking is reliably available within about 2 blocks west. I usually find it on the north side of the Catholic church.

      August 19

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