A perfect accompaniment to BAT’s Young Frankenstein, film critic Robert Horton shares his insights into the original 1931 film version of Frankenstein and the 1930s film industry at BAT.
Horton, a critic on National Public Radio and film instructor at Seattle University, will speak at BAT on Monday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. Horton recently wrote a book about the 1931 movie, which is the first in a three-film series to be shown as part of the Highline Historical Society’s Hope in Hard Times film series at Burien’s The Tin Theater.
Admission to the lecture is included in the price of ticket(s) to the film series. Without film tickets, admission is $8 at the door at BAT.
Three excellent and beloved films about the 1930s are featured in the Hope in Hard Times series: Frankenstein, To Kill a Mockingbird and It’s a Wonderful Life. Each $15 ticket covers the movie and one free drink from the 1930s, i.e., a Cosmopolitan or other favorite at the Tin Room.
The Tin Theater is located inside a restaurant and bar, so moviegoers must be 21 years of age or older. For more information.