The Gene Siskel Film Center celebrates Charlie Chaplin
by Buck LePard Monday, May 16th, 2011 12:47pm
From May 15 through June 30, our friends at the Gene Siskel Film Center presents Charlie Chaplin, a series of twelve programs of feature films, featurettes, and shorts covering the prime period of the legendary comedian’s career from 1918 to 1958. All films are being shown in recently struck 35mm prints authorized by the Chaplin estate and released by Janus Films.
The Charlie Chaplin series includes screenings of such classics as The Kid, Modern Times and The Gold Rush, his later ventures out of silent cinema like A King In New York and and Limelight, as well as a collection of Chaplin shorts.
Sunday double-bill discount!
Buy a ticket at regular prices for a Charlie Chaplin movie on any Sunday in May or June, and get a ticket for a second Chaplin movie that day at this discount rate (tickets must be purchased at the same time): General Admission $7; Students $5; Members $4. (This discount rate applies to the second film only.)
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