Friday, February 8, 2013

TCM's Road to Hollywood 2013

TCM has announced it's full line up for it's TCM Road To Hollywood tour. I love that they make this effort to bring classic film and it's stars to people around the country, as a build up to the amazing TCM film festival in Hollywood. 

Hope it's coming to a town near you. Free tickets are available If you go I want a full report on Mitzi Gaynor. I love her! I may have to fly out to Chicago....

And just to keep us guessing they still have one date, city and screening to be determined.

Dallas – Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 (CT) – The Historic Texas Theater Rio Bravo (1959) – Hosted by Ben Mankiewicz, with special guest Angie Dickinson
Tickets available Feb. 8.

Washington, D.C. – Thursday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m. (ET) – The AFI Silver Theatre (Silver Springs, Md.)Metropolis (1927) – Hosted by Ben Mankiewicz and featuring a the Alloy Orchestra performing their original score
Tickets available Feb. 8.

Boston – Tuesday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. (CT) – Brattle TheatreRoyal Wedding (1951) – Hosted by Leonard Maltin, with special guest Jane Powell
Tickets available February 26.

Chicago – Tuesday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m. (CT) – Music Box TheaterSouth Pacific (1958) – Hosted by Leonard Maltin, with special guest Mitzi Gaynor
Tickets available March 5.

San Francisco – Tuesday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. (PT) – The Castro TheatreThe Pink Panther (1964) – Hosted by Robert Osborne, with special guest Robert Wagner
Tickets available April 2.

Albuquerque – Thursday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. (MT) – KiMo TheatreThe Pink PantherMarnie (1964) – Hosted by Ben Mankiewicz, with special guest Tippi Hedren
Tickets available April 4.


Kelly J Kitchens Wickersham said...

Yep! I'll be going to see RIO BRAVO with 650 of my closest friends at the Historic Texas Theatre in Dallas. Yes, THAT Texas Theatre - the one where Lee Harvey Oswald was watching WAR IS HELL when they arrested him in 1963.

So it will be interesting to see Angie Dickinson there with Ben Mankiewicz that night. We can't wait!!

Elise Crane Derby said...

So jealous. I love Angie Dickinson. see my post about meeting her a year or so ago.
I'll look forward to hearing about it when I see you at the film fest.