Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Venue change for Scranton screening of The Grim Game


There has been a change of venue for the June 13th screening of Houdini's The Grim Game in Scranton. The film will now screen at The Houdini Museum instead of the Leonard Theater as previously announced. Members of the Houdini family, including his grand nephew, Jeff Blood, will be in attendance.

The event will include a VIP cocktail party reception with hors d’ourves and an open bar. Posters and memorabilia from The Grim Game and Houdini's performances in Scranton a century ago will be on display before and after the screening.

The Houdini Museum is located at 1433 N. Main Ave, Scranton, PA. Tickets can be purchased by calling (570) 342-5555. No tickets will be sold at the door.

Click here for more screening details and ticket information.

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9 comments:

  1. I have already purchased tickets weeks ago. I assume They are still good to use?

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    1. Yes, I believe so. Only the location has changed. But maybe call the museum and make sure.

      Or maybe Dorothy and Dick will chime in and confirm this for everyone here.

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  2. They didn't like my theater.

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  3. Yes, Oui,, Si, of course. The people who have already bought tickets via the Leonard site are still good to go. They will get added perks as well.

    Dorothy Dietrich and Dick Brookz
    The Houdini Museum
    The Only Building in the World Dedicated to Houdini

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  4. I want a ticket!!!!!!!

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  5. I am leaving my home in NJ in a few hours to travel to Scranton for tonight's showing of the Grim Game. Looking so forward to seeing the best Movie ever made starring HOUDINI!!

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  6. Magnificent! By far the best Houdini movie. I could tell immediately the acting by all the performers was top notch. Houdini was so much more comfortable in this movie than all others. Can't wait to see it again.

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    1. Awesome! Glad you enjoyed it. From what I've seen so far, looks like it was terrific event.

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