August 12, 2014

Arsenic and Old Lace On-Screen in El Paso, Texas

Peter Lorre fans attending the Plaza Classic Film Festival, in El Paso, Texas, will have the opportunity to enjoy Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) on Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014, at the Kendle Kidd Performance Hall.

The movie will begin at 4 pm, with a musical selection on the restored Mighty Wurlitzer organ by one of the talented volunteer organists. Doors will open 20 to 30 minutes before show time.

Admission for Arsenic and Old Lace is $6. All seats are General Admission. Tickets may be purchased at the Plaza Theatre box office, located right outside the Plaza Theatre. Tickets may also be purchased through Ticketmaster or through the festival website, which also links to Ticketmaster. Click on the “BUY TICKETS” button on the Arsenic and Old Lace page. Please note – Ticketmaster will add a service fee to the price of the ticket.

Festival Passes are also available for $200. Festival Passes includes admission to every movie shown during the film festival, as well as Festival special events and discounts to nearby restaurants. Passes may be purchased at the box office, as well as online through Ticketmaster.

The Kendle Kidd Performance Hall is located inside the historic Plaza Theatre. The Plaza Theatre, which opened in 1930, is located at 125 Pioneer Plaza, in El Paso, Texas.

Parking is available at several parking garages close to the Plaza Theatre. The closest is the Mills Plaza Parking Garage, located at 445 N. Oregon Street.

Now in its seventh year, the Plaza Classic Film Festival runs from Thursday, Aug. 7, to Sunday, Aug. 17. The full schedule is available on the festival website.

Special guests at the festival include classic film and television actors Shirley Jones and Robert Wagner, as well as other filmmakers, writers, and directors. The complete guest list may be found on the festival website.

Can’t make it to El Paso? Arsenic and Old Lace will also be shown on Wednesday, Aug. 13 – on the small screen, as the Turner Classic Movies channel presents “Cary Grant Day” during its annual “Summer Under the Stars” film festival. The movie begins at 2:45 pm, Eastern Standard Time.

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