Royal Wedding

Royal Wedding

Saturday, Feb 17 7:00pm

Cult Classic Night with Disposable Cinema

Transport yourself back in time to experience the wonders of old fashioned cinema. Disposable Cinema hosts Cult Classic films with a pre-show that includes interactive games, live performances, classic movie trailers, and a special cartoon before each film.

Tickets: $10

In Royal Wedding, American sibling song-and-dance team Tom (Fred Astaire) and Ellen Bowen (Jane Powell) are in London in 1947, when all of England is in a tizzy over the impending nuptials of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Ellen falls head over heels for the dashing Lord John Brindale (Peter Lawford), and Tom becomes equally smitten with the elegant Anne Ashmond (Sarah Churchill). The film features one of Astaire’s most legendary dance performances, dancing across the ceiling of a hotel room.

Genre: Musical
Director: Stanley Donen
Producer: Arthur Freed
Writer: Alan Jay Lerner, Alan Jay Lerner
Runtime: 1h 32m

Trailer

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