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THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY (1955) – News Gazette Film Series
October 24, 2017
Date/Time(s): Tue, Oct 24, 2017 – 7pm
Seating: General Admission
Tickets: $6 (or see all 5 for $24)
On Sale Friday, July 14, 2017 – 10am
Add’l per ticket processing fees apply: $1 (online only)
(99 min) In an unusual game of whodunit, passerby have to figure out what really happened to the dead man they found in the woods, and who is responsible. Captain Albert Wiles stumbles across a well-dressed man in a meadow clearing in the hells above a small Vermont town. That man is dead, and Captain Wiles fears he accidentally shot this man, Harry, while he was hunting rabbits. Believing it would be the easiest way to handle the situation, Captain Wiles wants to hide the body rather than tell the authorities. However, while he is in the adjacent forest, he sees other people stumble across Harry, most of whom don’t seem to know him or notice that he’s dead. But one person sees Captain Wiles in the forest, and that person is spinster Ivy Gravely, who vows to keep the Captain’s secret about Harry. But other people who notice Harry become involved: a young, single mother, Jennifer Rogers, who is the one person who does seem to know Harry and seems happy that he’s dead. Then, there’s Sam Marlowe, a struggling artist to whom Captain Wiles tells the entire story of what he has seen thus far. Things quickly become complicated over the course of the day when the group tries to solve the mystery of who actually killed Harry.
FIVE NIGHTS OF HITCH – News Gazette Film Series
October 23 Strangers On A Train (1951) Rated PG (101 min)
October 24 The Trouble with Harry (1955) Rated PG (99 min)
October 25 To Catch a Thief (1955) Rated PG (106 min)
October 26 Rebecca (1940) Rated PG (130 min)
October 27 Psycho (1960) Rated R (109 min)
Buy the series pass for $24 and get one movie free!
2017-2018 NEWS-GAZETTE FILM SERIES
Join us one Saturday each month as we screen the most beloved classic films of all time. Virginia Theatre organist David Schroeder performs on the Virginia’s historic Wurlitzer Pipe Organ at most News- Gazette screenings. NEW this year: before each 7pm News-Gazette film, take a trip back in time with a short sing-a-long with David at the Wurlitzer and our historic glass slides as your guide! The Virginia Theatre houses one of the largest collections in the country of these unique glass slides, each set printed with the lyrics to a classic tune from days gone by. Warm up your pipes and bring the whole family!