CORRECTION: The film showing is on Dec 8, not 7th. The magic of “Miracle on 34th St.” (1947) is bound to touch your heart. Natalie Wood plays a little girl who has lost her faith in Santa Claus. Her mother, played by Maureen O’Hara, takes her to Macy’s department store in Manhattan. There the little girl encounters a kindly but perhaps slightly demented old man who has taken a job playing Santa Claus–but there are complications. Edmund Gwenn won the Oscar for his role. “Miracle on 34th St.” is a priceless and unforgettable movie–what Christmas is all about.
Film starts at 7 pm Thursday, December 8 . All seats are $8. Getting to the theater early is always a good idea–for a choice of seating and to order freshly-made food and drinks. You are strongly advised to buy tickets in advance at the box office or online.