Sunday, March 8
"Classic NYC Movies at the Palace" continues with the last of three titles introduced by New York Post Chief Film Critic Lou Lumenick. His special guest will be Sara Stewart, a New York Post film critic/features writer and TV columnist for Women and Hollywood.
Several dozen New York City vintage clothing enthusiasts will attend the screening and parade across the stage before the show with live commentary by Mackenzie Dawson. Dawson is a contributing features editor at the New York Post. She is 5'2" and loves vintage clothing because most of the dresses were made for short women.
Starring James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, and Raymond Burr. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 1954. 112 minutes. On BluRay in English with Spanish subtitles.
Synopsis via IMDb: "A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbors from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder."
Lou Lumenick is the Chief Film Critic and Film Editor of the New York Post and has also written for The Criterion Collection. He introduced "Casablanca'' in 2013 the United Palace, as well as movies at the TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood, the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens.
Don't forget to make arrangements for dinner before or after the show!
The United Palace is located at 4140 Broadway at W. 175th Street
It is 1-block from the 175th Street A-train station.
Parking garages on Broadway b/w 176th & 177th Streets.
The theatre at the United Palace is wheelchair accessible.