Wednesday, December 3, 2014

In Theaters Christmas 2014: Two Classic Films!

Hot marshmallows! Just when we were giving up hope of seeing any good classics on the big-screen this December, Fanthom Events released this drool-worthy bit of news : TCM is bringing A Christmas Carol ( 1938 ) and Christmas in Connecticut ( 1945 ) to the big screen in select theaters nationwide. It's a double feature! 

"Double the pleasure, double the fun, it's the statement of a great film...."

Of course, most of our readers probably heard this already so you're thinking it is old news, but we're spreading the word for those anti-cable folks like ourselves who live in the dark ages when it comes to hearing the classic film set scoop. There's no time to debate about attending which showing because the films are playing one day only, and that one day is this Sunday. You can catch the films at 2pm or 7pm. 

To make things extra gooey-gumbo delicious : White Christmas ( 1954 ) will also be showing in select theaters on December 14th and 15th in a new digital transfer to celebrate the 60th anniversary of this holiday classic. Oh boy, it really is a wonderful life!

Buy Tickets for White Christmas 
Buy Tickets for A Christmas Carol 


  1. Beautiful Post! This is going to be a wonderful event. I hope they do it again next year!

    Merry Christmas!!!

  2. I'd especially love to see "Christmas in Connecticut" on the big screen. Now's my chance, I'll have to check out where it's playing in my area. Great idea.

  3. I saw WHITE CHRISTMAS on the big screen a few years back and it looked fabulous. I'd love to see CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT that way, too--it's another favorite.