Programs

Strand Theater advertisement, Waterville Times, 1935, fultonhistory.com


Waterville Historical Society and the Hamilton Movie Theater present

A Strand Theater Classic Film Festival

Featuring movies shown at

The Strand Theater

in the Waterville Opera House, 1935

 

Five Sundays in March at 4 pm shown at the Hamilton Movie Theater, 7 Lebanon Street in Hamilton, $5 benefiting the Society.

March 3rd – GOIN’ TO TOWN, (1935) 1h 14min, Comedy,  Musical

From IMDb

Former dance hall queen Cleo Bordon, newly rich, falls for and pursues an upper-crust Englishman.

Stars: Mae West, Paul Cavanagh, Gilbert Emery

March 10th – ROBERTA, (1935) 1h 46min, Comedy,  Musical,  Romance

From IMDb

In Paris, a man clueless about fashion suddenly inherits his aunt’s dress shop, while his bandleader friend reunites with his old flame.

Stars: Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers

March 17th – GO INTO YOUR DANCE, (1935) 1h 29min, Crime, Drama,  Musical

From IMDb

Al Howard may be a star on Broadway, but he is no longer welcomed by any producer. It seems that he just trots off to Mexico any time he wants causing shows to close and producers to lose money.

Stars: Al Jolson, Ruby Keeler, Glenda Farrell

March 24th – PRIVATE WORLDS (1935) 1h 24min, Drama 

From IMDb

The work of a progressive female psychiatrist and her colleague at a mental hospital is threatened by the arrival of a conservative new supervisor, who disapproves of both her methods and the fact that she is a woman in a “man’s field.”

Stars: Claudette Colbert, Charles Boyer, Joan Bennett

March 31st – THE GLASS KEY, (1935) 1h 20 min, Crime, Drama, Mystery 

From IMDb

Ed Beaumont is the personal friend, advisor and body guard to Paul Medvig, the political boss of a large city. When a mysterious murder is committed—the son of a Madvig political opponent—Madvig’s enemies try to pin the crime on him because he is waging a clean-up campaign they oppose.

Stars: George Raft, Claire Dodd, Edward Arnold

Tickets $5 benefiting Waterville Historical Society

 PROGRAM: 

History of Local Movie Theaters

Free public program with

Mary Simonson

Chair, Film & Media Program,

Colgate University

Wednesday, March 27, 7 pm

Waterville Historical Society

220 East Main Street

Waterville

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

APRIL

3, 10, 17, 24: WHS Open 10-4pm

4: Waterville First Thursday 5:30-7pm

10: BOARD MEETING 7pm

17: PROGRAM – AARON STAFFORD FAMILY 7:00 pm by Mark Barnes

MAY

1, 8, 15, 22, 29: WHS Open 10-4pm

5: ANNUAL MEETING/ELECTION &

PROGRAM 1pm LOCUST LODGE, BROOKFIELD 1790’s by PerkStalter, Town of Brookfield Historian

JUNE

5, 12, 19, 26: WHS Open 10-4pm

19: PROGRAM – OUR TREASURED LAKES – 7:00 pm Madison Lake & Lake Moraine by Jim Ford

JULY

3: Closed – Holiday

10, 17, 24, 31: WHS Open 10-4pm

21: PROGRAM – NEW LIGHT ON THE LOOMIS GANG by Deahnara Regan – 1pm


24
: BOARD MEETING 7pm

AUGUST

7, 14, 21, 28: WHS Open 10-4pm

17: SUMMER FESTIVAL/ LOOMIS TOURS – ALL DAY

SEPTEMBER

4, 11, 18, 25: WHS Open 10-4pm

21: CRUISIN’ INTO WATERVILLE 10-3pm With Self-Guided Walking Tour of Waterville

OCTOBER

2, 9, 16, 23, 30: WHS Open 10-4pm

12: HOP DIG at Michael’s 411 Event Center 5:30-9pm

23: BOARD MEETING 7pm

23: BOARD MEETING 7pm

NOVEMBER

6, 13, 20: WHS Open 10-4pm

6: PROGRAM UNDERGROUND RAILROAD 7:00 PM By Norman Dann

7: Waterville First Thursday 5:30-7pm
27: Closed – Holiday
29: PARADE OF LIGHTS/ART SHOW 4-8pm

30: ART SHOW 10-2pm

DECEMBER

4, 11, 18: WHS Open 10-4pm

5: Waterville First Thursday 5:30-7pm

7: VICTORIAN TEA 2-4pm
14, 21: ART SHOW/STORE 10-2pm

25: Closed – Holiday

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