To celebrate the Egyptian Theatre Foundation’s 30th Anniversary and Peery’s Egyptian Theater’s founder, cowboy Mayor Harmon Peery, the ETF presents a Summer Western Series.”First to the Rescue. Still on the Scene.” The ETF hosted the National Western Film Festival in 1985, their inaugural ETF presentation.
From the time John J. Macreedy steps off the train in Black Rock, he feels a chill from the local residents. The town is only a speck on the map and few if any strangers ever come to the place. Macreedy himself is tight-lipped about the purpose of his trip and he finds that the hotel refuses him a room, the local garage refuses to rent him a car and the sheriff is a useless drunkard. It’s apparent that the locals have something to hide but when he finally tells them that he is there to speak to a Japanese-American farmer named Kamoko, he touches a nerve so sensitive that he will spend the next 24 hours fighting for his life.
Starring Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan, & Anne Francis
Not Rated / Western / Drama / Crime / Film-Noir / 1955
Running Time 81 minutes
Tickets are $6 each or $5 with a can of food; Children 16 and under & Seniors 65+ are Free. Order your tickets online 24/7 through Smithstix, by phone at 801-689-8700 or in person at the Box Office M-F 2-6 pm
Tickets are $6 each or $5 with a can of food; Children 16 and under & Seniors 65+ are Free.
2015/07/10 - 2015/07/10
Additional time info:
Doors open at 6:00pm, Seating starts at 6:30pm, Seating is General Admission
Street parking is available limited for 2 hours until after 6:00pm. There is also parking behind the theater off on Kiesel Avenue for $5 charge. Free parking is available one block west at The Junction (behind the Megaplex 13 theater) on 24th and Grant. We are south and east of the free parking.