May 17, 2014

Digitally-Restored M at the Charles in Baltimore

Beginning Saturday, May 17, 2014, the historic Charles Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland, will present three showings of the digitally-restored M (1931), Fritz Lang and Peter Lorre’s first sound movie.

M will be shown on the following dates and times:
  • May 17, Saturday – 11:30 am
  • May 19, Monday – 7 pm
  • May 22, Thursday – 9 pm
Admission is $7.50 for all shows before 6 pm, $9.50 for all evening shows, and $8.50 for seniors. More information about tickets be found on the Charles Theatre website.

The Charles Theatre is located at 1711 North Charles Street, in the Station North neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. Directions to the Charles can be found on the cinema’s website.

A limited number of parking spaces are available on the streets near the Yellow Sign Theatre. A parking garage is located on North Charles Street, close to the theater.

For more information, please call the cinema at (410) 727-3464.

The Charles Theatre is located across the street from the Yellow Sign Theatre, where a Lorre film festival – “Peter Lorre: The Facemaker” – is currently in full-swing. More information on the Lorre festival may be found here, in the Peter Lorre News blog.

The digitally-restored M is distributed through Kino Lorber. Additional information about the print, as well as any upcoming screenings, may be found on the Kino Lorber website.

In the pages of The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre, Stephen Youngkin discusses the making of M and Peter Lorre’s experiences working with Fritz Lang, including interviews with director Lang and Peter’s brother Andrew, who visited the set during production.

The Lost One is available in both hard-back and soft-bound, as well as the Kindle and Nook.

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