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Alex Theatre
between Wilson and California 216 N. Brand Blvd. Glendale, CA 91203
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Or, add your own...plenty of eating places located very close to the theater, reasonably priced & a little higher end if that's what you are looking for. Public parking was a little difficult, so might as well park in the parking structure on Maryland as the first 90 mins. are free. Total cost of just the performance was $1!!!!
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great bar next door if you want to have a pre-show drink
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2 stars
attended Nov 27 2010

It makes me smile to see so many people of all ages still laugh at the guys. You just don't hear audiences laugh like that with most films today. We went as part of our Hanukkah celebration but whatever the reason, the place was PACKED! You...continued

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attended Nov 27 2010

Excellent - there will never be anyone who will be able to replace the 3 Stooges! Great to see on the big screen & hear a steady stream of good hardy laughter. Looking forward to the next big screen showing at The Alex Theatre.

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attended Nov 27 2010

Always a great time with the kids. The MC is great and really makes it a fun night.

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Visit the Three Stooges website.


Subject to great 35mm prints being available, the lineup is as follows:

Dizzy Doctors (1937)

What’s the Matador? (1942)

Three Dark Horses (1952)

The Sitter Downers (1937)

Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise (1939)

The lovable trio named Larry, Curly and Moe made a total of 190 shorts for Columbia Pictures between 1934 and 1959.

The Alex Film Society presents, at Glendale’s Alex Theatre, programs of classic feature films, cartoons, newsreels and short subjects along with guest appearances by notable personalities. Their mission is to entertain and educate the audience while demonstrating to film owners that there is a market for classic films and the financial risks involved in film preservation are worthwhile. The goal is to present the best possible prints so patrons can enjoy films in the manner for which they were intended.