7th Street Theatre > Movies

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

September 21 & 22 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online or at the door 30 minutes prior to the show.

As researchers discover and decipher phenomena that suggest an alien visitation to Earth may be imminent, ordinary family guy Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss) and a few fellow Hoosiers have their own UFO experiences. Roy and a single mom (Melinda Dillon) whose son has been seemingly snatched by spacemen, are left with subconscious suggestions that drive them toward their own ultimate “close encounters” in director Steven Spielberg’s 1977 sci-fi adventure, the first of his two films featuring friendly extraterrestrials, like E.T.

Locally sponsored by Coleman Mortuary, Durney Insurance, Fern Hill Funeral Home, Grays Harbor College, McGregor Insurance Inc, Rich Hartman’s Five Star Dealerships, Hoquiam Senior Citizen Board, McGregor Insurance, Inc., The Pasha Group, Wunderland Childcare Centers, Jodesha Broadcasting, Alpha Media Grays Harbor.

Gaslight (1944)

October 6 @ 7:30 & 7 @ 2 pm

Tickets are $6.

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes before the show.

Ingrid Bergman won the first of three Academy Awards as a young newlywed who is being manipulated by psychological means into questioning her own sanity. The 1944 mystery and the play on which it was based gave rise to the term, “gaslighting,” which takes place in the movie when Charles Boyer, playing Bergman’s husband, causes the gas lights in their home to dim, then insists it didn’t happen and denies and disparages his wife and her eyewitness accounts, eventually causing her to doubt her grip on reality.

Locally sponsored by McGregor Insurance Inc, The Pasha Group, Ray Kahler & Callie White, Wunderland Childcare Centers, Jodesha Broadcasting, and Alpha Media Grays Harbor.

Smokey and the Bandit (1977)

October 13 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online or at the door 30 minutes prior to the show.

In celebration of Burt Reynolds life we are showing Smokey and the Bandit – One Night Only – October 13.

Big Enos (Pat McCormick) wants to drink Coors at a truck show, but in 1977 it was illegal to sell Coors east of the Mississippi River without a permit. Truck driver Bo “Bandit” Darville (Burt Reynolds) agrees to pick up the beer in Texas and drive it to Georgia within 28 hours. When Bo picks up hitchhiker Carrie (Sally Field), he attracts the attention of Sheriff Buford T. Justice (Jackie Gleason). Angry that Carrie will not marry his son, Justice embarks on a high-speed chase after Bandit.

Locally Sponsored by Sgt Brand’s BBQ.

Men in Black (1997)

October 26 & 27 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online or at the door 30 minutes prior to the show.

We’ve long suspected that aliens may be living among us, and the unlikely comedic teaming of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones shows just how wild and crazy the truth could be. “We are the best kept secret in the galaxy,” Jones’ character, Kay, explains. “We monitor, license and police all alien activity on the Earth. We’re your first, last, and only line of defense. We live in secret, we exist in shadow.” Hollywood makeup genius Rick Baker won the fifth of his seven Oscars for Best Makeup, with a vivid variety of extraterrestrials in a galaxy where “Elvis is not dead; he just went home,” and the Earthling good guys are the men in black.

Locally sponsored by Chateau Westport L.L.C., Coleman Mortuary, Durney Insurance, Dominos.com, Grays Harbor College, Harrison Family Mortuary, The Pasha Group, Wunderland Childcare Centers, Jodesha Broadcasting, and Alpha Media Grays Harbor.

Moulin Rouge! (2001)

May 18 & 19 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online or at the door 30 minutes prior to the show.

The story takes place in 1899 in the infamous Moulin Rouge, a garish Paris night club where rich and poor men alike come to be entertained. But the film’s style is pure 2001. Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor star in what the late, great movie critic Roger Ebert described as “all color and music, sound and motion, kinetic energy, broad strokes, operatic excess… you’ll quickly know who is good and bad, who is in love and why–and then all the rest is song, dance, spectacular production numbers, protestations of love, exhalations of regret, vows of revenge and grand destructive gestures.”

Locally sponsored by Grays Harbor College, Harrison Family Mortuary, Pasha Automotovie Services, Westhaven Villa, Wunderland Childcare Centers, Alpha Media Grays Harbor, and Jodesha Broadcasting.

Bringing Up Baby (1938)

May 5 @ 7:30 & 6 @ 2 pm

Tickets are $6.

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes before the show.

One of the ultimate screwball comedies, this 1938 film has Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant in high gear as an excited, energetic heiress and a mild-mannered paleontology professor. The comically complicated plot involves a dinosaur skeleton, a thieving but talented terrier, a circus, a million dollar endowment, and a leopard named Baby, all working together to bring to mind the affectionate term, “screwball.”

Locally sponsored by Rick Anderson, Coleman Mortuary, Westhaven Villa, Wunderland Childcare, Jodesha Broadcasting and Alpha Media Grays Harbor.

9 to 5 (1980)

April 20 & 21 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes before the movie.

Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton had fun at work delivering loads of laughs as the suffering assistants who outsmart their “sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot” of a boss, Dabney Coleman. Parton made her big screen debut in this 1980 comedy and wrote and performed the hit title song, which won two Grammy Awards.

Locally sponsored by Fern Hill Funeral Home, Grays Harbor College, Jeff Cook & Becky Walsh, Ray Kahler & Callie White, Pasha Automotive Services, Wunderland Childcare Centers, Alpha Media Grays Harbor, and Jodesha Broadcasting.

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

April 7 @ 7:30 & 8 @ 2 pm

Tickets are $6.

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online and at the door 30 before the show.

Humphrey Bogart’s portrayal of cynical, hard-nosed Sam Spade set the standard for film noir private detectives in this 1941 mystery. “The Maltese Falcon” also featured Peter Lorre’s second-best known role (after seven Mr. Moto movies), the sneaky, snarky Mr. Cairo. The film was the directorial debut of eventual Hollywood legend John Huston, and the screen debut, at age 62, of Sydney Greenstreet in his archetypical fat man bad guy role. It also included silent film icon Mary Astor and character actor Elisha Cook Jr., who had more than 200 roles in a career that spanned six decades.

Locally sponsored by Coleman Mortuary, Rick Anderson, Westhaven Villa, Pasha Automotive Services, Ray Kahler & Callie White, Wunderland Childcare, Jodesha Broadcasting and Alpha Media Grays Harbor.

Wayne’s World (1992)

March 23 & 24 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6 for all ages.

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes before the show.

Slacker pals Wayne and Garth find the cable access TV show that they produce in what is literally “Wayne’s World,” the basement of the Chicago home of Wayne’s parents, is suddenly a hot property. Based on the recurring Saturday Night Live sketches that featured Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, Myers’ screenplay was the basis for this 1992 comedy that grossed almost 10 times its $20 million budget.

Locally sponsored by Rich Hartman’s Five Star Dealerships, Grays Harbor College, Ray Kahler & Callie White, Pasha Automotive Services, Wunderland Childcare, Alpha Media Grays Harbor, and Jodesha Broadcasting.

Gone with the Wind (1939)

March 10 @ 7:30 pm & 11 @ 2 pm

Tickets are $6 for all ages.

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes prior to the show.

This 1939 epic tale of the rocky romance of Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler as told through the Civil War and Reconstruction era in the American South, received eight Academy Awards, including the first ever nomination and win for an African American, Hattie McDaniel. Clark Gable and Best Actress winner Vivien Leigh led a huge cast, including Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Victor Jory, Ward Bond and George Reeves, in the Hollywood adaptation of Margaret Mitchell’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel.

Locally sponsored by Coleman Mortuary, Hoquiam Senior Citizen Board, The Jitter House, Pasha Automotive Services, Valentine Law Office, Westhaven Villa, Wunderland Childcare, Alpha Media Grays Harbor, and Jodesha Broadcasting.