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SCADShow hosts ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy marathon May 12

All good things come in threes....

Photo credit: Courtesy of New Line Cinema
FUN FACT: Many of the Riders of Rohan in ‘The Two Towers’ were actually women outfitted in beards

Take a vacation back to Middle Earth with an all day Lord of the Rings trilogy event at SCADShow. If you’ve never been to Middle Earth, well… no comment. The day begins with The Fellowship of the Ring at noon and The Two Towers at 3:30 p.m. The evening finishes off with The Return of the King at 7 p.m.. All three films will air in their original theatrical versions and Tolkienists can expect a roughly half hour interval between films. It’s often said good things come in threes, (like this trilogy) so bring a trio of friends if you like — or a date — that’s cool too. Popcorn, candy, and non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase.


$5 per movie. Sat., May 12. Multiple showtimes. SCADShow, 173 14th St. https://tickets.scadshow.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=194. 404-253-2740 .



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