Two Robert Altman Classics

When: Fri., Sept. 11 2015

Director Robert Altman has made some great movies over the years. Forty years ago, he delivered the Oscar winner Nashville. The film features 24 characters whose lives are intertwined through multiple storylines. The film focuses on a third party presidential candidate organizing musical talent for a rally. Thirty-five years ago, Altman directed Popeye, which stars the late Robin Williams as the spinach-eating sailor. Starting today in honor of their anniversaries, Capitol Theatre will screen both flicks. Nashville will play daily at 3:45 and 7 pm through Sept. 17. Popeye will play daily at 1 p.m. through Sept. 17 with an added late show at 10:15 PM on Sept. 11 and 12. Tickets for the evening shows are $9.50 for adults, $6.50 for seniors, $8.50 for students. Matinee tickets are $6.75 for adults Friday through Sunday and $6 Monday through Thursday. All seats on Monday are $6. A special double-feature discount admission of $6.50 is available for either film when a regular priced admission is purchased for the other. (Niesel)

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