SHADOWLAND CINEMA SHADOWLAND STAGES is pleased to continue our series of classic motion pictures to be shown every other Friday evening. ALL FILMS NOW SHOWN ONLINE. Since we are all staying home to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and doing our part to flatten the curve, we are happy to share these films online for free. Links are posted on this page (below) and our facebook a half hour prior to 7pm start. We encourage you to visit our facebook page to comment and ask questions of series producer, Ray Faiola, during each screening. Friday, June 19th – 7pm HELLZAPOPPIN’ A 1941 film adaptation of the musical that ran on Broadway, directed by H. C. Potter with a lot of help from Eddie Cline. The cast includes Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson, both who produced and starred in the musical on Broadway, as well as Martha Raye, Mischa Auer, Shemp Howard, Slim and Slam, and Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers. CLICK HERE TO WATCH AT 7PM ON FRIDAY - or any time! Friday, March 6th – 7pm CHAMPAGNE FOR CAESAR Ronald Colman, Celeste Holm, Vincent Price, Barbara Britton and Art Linkletter star in a hilarious comedy about a genius who becomes a contestant on a quiz show and threatens to bankrupt the sponsor, an eccentric soap manufacturer. Also with a Goofy cartoon and a short that tells you how to survive the Atom Bomb! Friday, March 13th – 7pm THE THIEF OF BAGDAD Sabu, Conrad Veidt, John Justin, June Duprez and Rex Ingram star in this classic Technicolor fantasy about a mischievous boy who, with the aid of a genie from a magic lamp, helps a king retain his throne from a malevolent usurper. With a vintage Technicolor cartoon and a Three Stooges short. Friday, March 20th – 7pm THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin and Norman Kerry star in the original silent version of the famous novella about a deformed fiend who haunts the Paris Opera. Also with a Walter Lantz silent cartoon and a Laurel & Hardy silent short. Friday, March 27th – 7pm LIFE WITH FATHER William Powell, Irene Dunne and Elizabeth Taylor in Michael Curtiz’ Technicolor film of Clarence Day’s hilarious stories about his irascible father in the late 1880’s New York. With a Merrie Melodie cartoon and a Joe McDoakes comedy short. Friday, April 3rd – 7pm THE STRANGER Orson Welles, Loretta Young and Edward G. Robinson in a thriller about a Nazi war criminal hiding in plain site in a small American town. Friday, April 10th – 7pm HIS GIRL FRIDAY Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, and Ralph Bellamy star in this hilarious newspaper story – an adaptation of The Front Page. Friday, April 17th – 7pm THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME Leslie Banks, Fay Wray and Joel McCrea in the thrilling film version of Richard Connell’s story of a manhunter on a remote island. Friday, April 24th – 7pm LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY Freddie Bartholomew, C. Aubrey Smith and Dolores Costello in a heartwarming version of book by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Fun for the whole family! Friday, May 8th – 7pm SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE SECRET WEAPON Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with Lionel Atwill co-starring as the Napoleon of crime Professor Moriarty. Selected shorts will accompany this thrilling adventure. Friday, May 22nd – 7pm CYRANO DE BERGERAC A 1950 film based on the 1897 verse drama by Edmond Rostand, starring Jose Ferrer as Cyrano (who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance) and Mala Powers as Roxane, and William Prince as Christian de Neuvillette. Friday, June 5th – 7pm AND THEN THERE WERE NONE A 1945 film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel of the same name, featuring Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston and Louis Hayward. Shadowland Cinema is sponsored by local Ellenville-Wawarsing businesses A-Rod’s Barber Shop, Aroma Thyme Bistro, Collier & Berger LLC, Coombe, Bender & Co., Country Club Grill, Craft Chiropractic Assoc., Ellenville Regional Hospital, The French Corner, Gaby’s Café, Gillette Creamery, Il Paradiso Restaurant, Kalter, Kaplan, Zeiger & Forman, Dr. Arthur Lukoff, Robert M. Osgood, Carl & Nancy Rosenstock, Shawangunk Journal, Stedner Printing, Sons of the Desert, Top Shelf, and Trattoria Marbella.