December 1 – General Admission Screening

A LETTER TO THREE WIVES (1949) 

General admission $17/$12 or Cine-Retro membership (join at the door on screening evenings cash only) Single tickets also available at the door (if not sold out – cash only)

Buy tickets online ($2 booking fee applies) : https://www.oldmuseum.org/event/cineretro1december

PHONE ENQUIRIES WELCOME – call or text Michael on 0418 186 686 – Best to call us on the day of the event (not email) if you have any enquiries.

Doors 6.30pm Films 7.15pm  – Cabaret Seating – Bring your picnic dinner and wine to enjoy from doors open. Enjoy a stroll and sip on our beautifully restored balcony prior to the film or at intermission. A delicious supper available at intermission.

PARKING – There will be limited parking in the grounds on a first come, first served basis due to a concert also in the building simultaneously. RNA carpark next door or street parking on Gregory Tce and surrounding streets are available alternatives.

Stars, Linda Darnell, Jeanne Crain, Ann Sothern, Kirk Douglas, Thelma Ritter, Paul Douglas, Jeffry Lynn, Connie Gilchrist.

Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. 103 mins.

Three women about to depart on all day river cruise receive a letter from the town flirt informing them that she has run off with one of their husbands without revealing which one.

In this delicious piece of Americana, writer/director Joseph L. Mankiewicz crafts a riveting melodrama that is set up like a whodunit only the murderer is replaced by a philandering husband. The plot lines of the wives are played out in juicy flashbacks with comic effervescence but with wit and bite earning him two Academy Awards for his efforts in the year prior to his triumphant “All About Eve”.