07

October

The Ghost and Mr. Chicken – 1966 – 1h 30min – Rated G

Legendary comedian Don Knotts plays the role of a local reporter who is eager to get his big break. When an opportunity arises, he agrees to spend the night at an infamous haunted house.Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

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14

October

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial – 1982 – 1h 55min – Rated PG

A gentle alien is stranded on Earth, and is soon befriended by a young boy, Elliott. A monumental adventure takes place as Elliott and friends attempt to hide E.T. from the government agencies seeking to capture him.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

We encourage all patrons to wear a mask and responsibly distance while in our facility.

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21

October

The Maltese Falcon – 1941 – 1h 40min – Not Rated

Private detective Sam Spade’s life is turned upside down when Miss Wonderly seeks his help. Sam and the mysterious woman are quickly involved in a dangerous plot to uncover a relic known as the Maltese Falcon.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

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28

October

Hocus Pocus – 1993 – 1h 36min – Rated PG

Max Dennison and his family move to Salem, Massachusetts, where he scoffs at the legend of three evil witch sisters. Max soon learns the legend is true and must confront the witches when he accidentally unleashes them on the city.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

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04

November

Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love – 2016 – 1h 25min – Rated TV-G

Pursuing a coal mining job several counties away, Dolly’s father makes many sacrifices to provide his family a memorable Christmas. Meanwhile, an unexpected blizzard arrives, leaving the Parton family at risk.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

We encourage all patrons to wear a mask and responsibly distance while in our facility.

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18

November

The Blind Side – 2009 – 2h 9min – Rated PG-13

This heartwarming film is based on the true story of the Tuohy family who take in Michael Oher, a homelessteenager. Leigh Anne Tuohy soon learns that Michael struggles with being an orphan and having a limited education. Leigh Anne is determined to enhance Michael’s academics and his love for football.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

We encourage all patrons to wear a mask and responsibly distance while in our facility.

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02

December

The Bishop's Wife – 1947 – 1h 49min – Not Rated

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Henry Brougham is a downtrodden Episcopal bishop who has resorted to nefarious solutions for his new cathedral construction. When the angel Dudley is sent to help Henry, the bishop resists until Dudley shows him the error of his ways.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

We encourage all patrons to wear a mask and responsibly distance while in our facility.

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09

December

White Christmas – 1954 – 2h 0min – Not Rated

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

The McSwain Theatre continues its Christmas tradition with the classic film White Christmas. In the film, two song-and-dance duos team up for a grand performance with hopes of saving a failing Vermont inn.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

We encourage all patrons to wear a mask and responsibly distance while in our facility.

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16

December

It's a Wonderful Life – 1946 – 2h 10min – Rated PG

Frustrated businessman George Bailey is visited by an angel. With the hopes of teaching George a lesson, theangel shows him what life would have been like had he never been born. 

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

We encourage all patrons to wear a mask and responsibly distance while in our facility.

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23

December

The Santa Clause – 1994 – 1h 37min – Rated PG

On Christmas Eve, Scott Calvin unwittingly startles Santa Claus, causing him to tumble from the rooftop. Scott soon learns that he is now responsible for taking the duties of the incapacitated Saint Nick. Scott and his son Charlie begin a comedic campaign to convince their family that Scott is now the real Santa Claus.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend masks for unvaccinated individuals ages 2 and up. We encourage all unvaccinated patrons to wear a mask while in our facility.

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