Clint Eastwood Weekend


Fri, March 5  7:30pm


Sat, March 6  7:30pm



Sun, March 7  2pm 



$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+



for the Clint Eastwood Weekend

Combo Pack

All 3 movies

for just $11


Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

Clint Eastwood Weekend
Friday - Sunday, March 5 - 7
Enjoy Three Explosive Adventures from One of Hollywood's Favorite Tough Guys over One Weekend!

Go ahead, make our day! In fact, make our next three days by joining us for three top films from iconic Hollywood tough guy, Clint Eastwood. Through a special licensing arrangement with
Cineburgh, The Strand proudly these teeth grinding blockbusters that made cemented Eastwood's superstar status!

No need to get 'roped' into anything! Pick your favorite or attend all three for one low price! Just $11! That's right! See all three of these fist pounding films for less than a single bus ticket or pass to a modern wild west show!

In The Gauntlet, Eastwood plays a hard but mediocre cop assigned to escort a prostitute from Las Vegas to Phoenix, so she can testify in a mob trial. But a lot of people are literally betting that they won't make it into town alive.

The desert hideaway house that got shot up cost $250,000 to build, and featured 7,000 drilled holes to house explosive squibs which would be set off to simulate gunfire. A team of fifteen men worked eight hour days for a month rigging the dwelling with the squibs for a shoot-out sequence that would result in the demolition and collapses of the building. Needless to say, they got on 'shot' to get the scene right.

In Bronco Billy, Eastwood gets to show off his comedic skills, portraying an idealistic, modern-day cowboy who struggles to keep his Wild West show afloat in the face of hard luck and waning interest.

This film is one of Eastwood's favorites in which he directs and stars. In a French interview, he said, "It was an old-fashioned theme, probably too old fashioned since the film didn't do as well as we hoped. But if, as a film director, I ever wanted to say something, you'll find it in Bronco Billy."

Sudden Impact is the third installment of Eastwood's iconic Dirty Harry series. In this installment,
a rape victim is exacting revenge on her aggressors in a small town outside San Francisco. "Dirty" Harry Callahan, on suspension for angering his superiors (again), is assigned to the case.

This is the movie that coined the catchphrase "Go ahead, make my day", and became synonymous with the Harry Callahan character and was enshrined into the vernacular of pop culture. Eastwood even capitalized on it when he campaigned for Mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California in 1986. Bumber stickers for his campaign read, "Go Ahead - Make Me Mayor".

The Gauntlet
(1977) R | 1 Hr., 49 min
Friday, March 5  7:30pm

Bronco Billy (1980) PG | 1 Hr., 56 min
Saturday, March 6  7:30pm

Sudden Impact (1983) R | 1 Hr., 57 min
Sunday Matinee, March 7  2pm

Pick your favorite or see all 3 for
JUST $11. CLICK HERE for our Clint Eastwood Weekend Combo Pack