Also, they have announced an October screening of the original The Wolf Man, but haven't provided a date yet. Exciting!
I'll be attending the screening of the Marx Brothers film (and possibly the Harold Lloyd film as well).
On the weekend of October 2nd and 3rd, The Landmark Loews Jersey Theatre located on Journal Square in Jersey City, New Jersey will open it’s 9th season of classic films. Since it is also the theatre’s 80th Birthday Jubilee, we will be presenting a selection of films either set in, or filmed in, the 1920’s when the Loews Jersey was young!
The theatre is located directly across from the PATH subway station connecting Manhattan with Jersey City, it is also easy to reach from most area highways. Discounted parking is located directly behind the theatre.
All Show Are Presented In 35mm On Our Huge 50 Foot Wide Screen
Friday October 2nd at 8:00pm – “The Untouchables” (1987) Follow the exploits of Elliot Ness and his G-Men as they take down Al Capone back in the violent days of the roaring 20’s.
Saturday October 3rd at 4:00pm – “The Coconuts” (1929) One of the Marx Brothers earliest and funniest films, watch as they wreak havoc on a Florida hotel and it’s unfortunate guests.
Saturday October 3rd at 8:00pm – “Safety Last” (1923) One of silent comedian Harold Lloyd’s wildest and best films, it features the famous scene of him high above a street hanging off a clock. There will be live organ accompaniment on the Landmark Loews Jersey’s Mighty Morton Theatre Pipe Organ.
Visit The Landmark Loews Jersey web site for details.