Classic Christmas Films at the Rivoli Theater

Rivoli Theater Presents: 2014 Christmas Film Series

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The renovated Rivoli Theater's Christmas film series is a Cedarburg family favorite year after year! Enjoy classic holiday films on the big screen, and create memories that will last a lifetime. The Rivoli's great prices apply to even the Christmas Film Series - only $3.50 for all shows, all ages!
Tuesdays only $2!


 






FRI. DEC. 12          7:00   “A CHRISTMAS STORY”

 

SAT. DEC. 13         1:00   “SAMANTHA: AN AMERICAN GIRL HOLIDAY”

                                3:30   “POLAR EXPRESS”

                                7:00   “WHITE CHRISTMAS” (1954)

 

SUN. DEC. 14        1:00   “RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER”

                                3:30   “ELF”

                                7:00   “IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE” (1946)

 

MON. DEC. 15       7:00   “HOLIDAY INN” (1945)

TUES. DEC. 16       7:00   "A CHRISTMAS STORY"


WED. DEC. 17       7:00   “NAT’L LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION”


THURS. DEC. 18    7:00   “THE HOLIDAY”
                                             (J. Law, C. Diaz, J. Black, K. Winslet)


FRI. DEC. 19           7:00   “WHITE CHRISTMAS”
(1954)


SAT. DEC. 20          1:00   “RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER”

                                 3:30   “HOLIDAY AFFAIR” (1949 - R. Mitchum, J. Leigh)

                                 7:00   “ELF”

 

SUN. DEC. 21         1:00   “PRANCER” (1989)

                                 3:30   “POLAR EXPRESS”

                                 7:00   “IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE” (1945)

 

MON. DEC. 22       1:00   “RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER”

                                 3:30   NAT’L LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION

                                 7:00   “A CHRISTMAS STORY”

TUES, DEC 23
       1:00   “IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE”

                                 3:30   ELF"

                                 7:00   “WHITE CHRISTMAS”

CLOSED DEC 24 and DEC 25 - HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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The historic Rivoli Theatre opened its doors on January 11, 1936.  The converted dry goods store (built in the late 1800s) now boasted a new art deco facade of black Carrara glass, plenty of chrome trim, an Electrolite Silhouette marquee, and sidewalk ticket booth. 

In recent years the theater was converted back to its original 1930s grandeur along Cedarburg’s main street. Visit www.rivoliofcedarburg.com for more information.