The Maltese Falcon will begin at 7:01 pm. In addition to the movie, the program will include a newsreel, short subject, and a cartoon.
Movie theater candy will be on sale – Turkish Taffy, Mallo Cups, Bun Candy Bars, and Necco Wafers, among others.
And to round out the experience, the cinema will include “Dish Night”. Lucky patrons will have a chance to win a dish or piece of chinaware, just as they would have in the early 1940s.
Admission for the evening program is $5 for all seats. More information about ticket prices may be found on the YES Cinema website.
The YES Cinema and Conference Center is located at 328 Jackson Street in Columbus, Indiana, at the west end of the Commons Centre. Directions to the theater are available on the YES Cinema website.
For more information, please contact the theater at (812) 378-4937. The making of The Maltese Falcon is chronicled in the pages of The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre, by Stephen D. Youngkin. The Lost One is available in hard-back and soft-bound editions, as well as the Nook and Kindle.