If you happen to be in Sydney this spring and enjoy going to the flicks, then check out Dendy Cinemas Opera Quays’ screenings of classic films from the 1930s-40s.
Sessions will be held every Monday at 10am and 6.30pm.
Films include 1944’s Double Indemnity with Fred MacMurray and On the Town starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
Hop on a ferry, bus or train to get to Circular Quay — Dendy Opera Quays overlooks Sydney Harbour.
Tickets cost $10.
Dendy Cinemas is an Australian independent cinema chain that has been operating since 1940.
Films & screening dates:
September 24 All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
October 1: The Women (1939)
October 8: Buck Privates (1941)
October 15: On the Town (1949)
October 22: Double Indemnity (1944)
October 29: Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
November 5: The Third Man (1949)
November 12: The Lost Weekend (1945)
November 19: The Philadelphia Story (1940)
November 26: Easter Parade (1948)
- For more details visit dendy.com.au
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