Fritz Lang’s 1927 masterpiece w/25mins of lost footage at the Senator

posted by Michael Zoldessy on June 11, 2010 at 4:50 am

BALTIMORE, MD —

Experience The Complete “Metropolis”!
Fritz Lang’s 1927 masterpiece – Now with 25 Minutes of Lost Footage!
“The film event of 2010.” – Roger Ebert
“The definitive reconstruction.” – The New York Times
“Exhilaratingly modern.” – David Fear, Time Out New York

At the Senator Theatre – 1 Week Only

“Fritz Lang’s ‘Metropolis’ stunningly portrays warring
forces in a glittering skyscraper city. It arrives at
The Senator on Friday, just in time to restore
moviegoers' faith in epic movies."
– Michael Sragow, Baltimore Sun

Admission $8 (cash only)
Information & showtimes
Friday, June 11
& Saturday, June 12: 4:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 10:15 pm

Sunday, June 13: TBA

Monday, June 14 – Thursday, June 17: 7:30 pm

410-435-8338
5904 York Rd, Baltimore, MD
“The People’s Theatre"
www.senator.com

Tom Harris
410-984-9759

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Comments (2)

Stosh
Stosh on June 11, 2010 at 8:56 am

Good news: Charles Theater owner and daughter to run Senator Theater.

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JodarMovieFan
JodarMovieFan on June 12, 2010 at 7:20 am

I’m not so sure about whether the Charles' owner is ‘good news’ for the Senator. It was my impression, maybe wrongly so, that there was some animosity between the former owner and the new one, specifically involving that of film clearance. And correct me if I am wrong, but wasn’t one of their proposals gutting the main auditorium to make room for another screen? Perhaps the main auditorium is rather large at 900+ and whittling down to say 500 or so, would open the rear to an opposing twin? I shudder at the thought but in these economic times, maybe it is necessary. I just wish it were say, upstairs, or next door, or further behind the property.

In a way, I am glad the Senator will be booking more mainstream films as I have missed seeing the ‘event’ movies there since the turn of this century. Last year’s Star Trek would’ve been great on their screen and terrific digital sound system.

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