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Review: The Irishman

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A Look Back at 2019 #MyMusicHall

A Look Back at 2019

With your support, 2019 at The Music Hall has been amazing. As a member, you invested in The Music Hall and we invested in our community. Thanks to you and our nearly 4,000 other member households, 250 volunteers, 300 regional business supporters, and 60 local community partners, The Music Hall offered our 130,000 patrons 600 live events and film screenings. Read More Read More
Classic Hollywood: "Scarlett" Fever Film

Classic Hollywood: “Scarlett” Fever

On December 15, 1939, outsiders arrived by plane to Atlanta. Searchlights swept the skies. The city came to a standstill. Nearly 300,000 people lined the streets. The governor declared a statewide holiday. Schools closed. Businesses shuttered. What on earth was happening? Oh, just the world premiere of Gone With the Wind. Read More Read More
Classic Hollywood: Rhett, She Wrote Film

Classic Hollywood: Rhett, She Wrote

When Gone With The Wind was published in 1936, its author Margaret Mitchell couldn’t have dreamed it would become the year’s runaway bestseller and win the Pulitzer Prize. After producer David Selznick acquired the movie rights, fans would only accept one actor as Rhett Butler: smokin’ hot superstar Clark Gable. Read More Read More

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