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Summer Movie Memories at The Majestic Theater Showing Through August

Published August 8, 2012

The beginning of August is always marked with “Back-to-School” and hints of fall everywhere you turn. I absolutely love fall, especially fall in Gettysburg, but I’m not ready to give up on summer just yet.

One wonderful summer tradition in Gettysburg is continuing throughout the entire month of August- Summer Movie Memories at the Majestic Theater.

This is the 6th season for “Classic Movies” shown at the Majestic Theater on the Big Screen every Wednesday at 7:30pm throughout the summer. Guests have the chance to view these movies like you’ve never seen them before! For only $6.00 per ticket, this is a great opportunity to enjoy a night out with a group of friends or someone you love. It is also a great chance to enjoy a midweek Getaway at the Gettysburg Hotel before the summer is over. Popcorn, refreshments, and beer & wine are available.

4 showings remain this season!

August 8th: Tarzan The Ape Man (1932)
Me Tarzan. You Jane. This is the first feature-length “talking” version of the jungle series starring Johnny Weissmuller & Maureen O’Sullivan. A Tarzan yodel yell contest will be held before the show.

August 15th: State of the Union (1948)
A presidential candidate fights to keep his integrity and win back his ex-wife’s respect during a grueling campaign. Newt Gingrich? No, Spencer Tracy in Frank Capra’s film with Katherine Hepburn, Van Johnson & Angela Landsbury.

August 22nd: Pride of the Yankees (1942)
Nominated for eleven Academy Awards, Gary Cooper stars in this bio pic about Lou Gehrig which is still regarded by many today as the finest baseball movie ever made.

August 29th: Annie Get Your Gun (1950)
“There’s no business like show business” when Irving Berlin’s brassy Broadway musical about sharpshooter Annie Oakley hits a box office bull’s eye starring Betty Hutton & Howard Keel.

Purchase your tickets here.

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