Ring in Halloween with Quasimodo: The Cleveland Orchestra Brings Back "At the Movie" Series

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Quasimodo and live organ music: Is there really any other way to celebrate Halloween Eve? The Cleveland Orchestra kicks off its fifth season of "At the Movies" with a 1923 silent film, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, definitely not Disney's remake. 

On October 30, the classic will play on the big screen above Severance Hall stage, accompanied by Cleveland organist Todd Wilson.



This season also includes Back to the Future on December 10, and Bride of Frankenstein on April 26.

We have a hunch (sorry we had to) you might want tickets. Quasi leads to them below (click on image). 
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