Miracle on 34th St
 


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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

$2 OFF Admission with a Purchase Receipt from a Main St, Zelienople Business

Dated December 7

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime


House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
Miracle on 34th St
Thursday ONLY!  December 7  7:00pm 
Starring Maureen O'Hara, Edmund Gwenn & Natalie Wood

 

When a nice old man who claims to be Santa Claus is institutionalized as insane, a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in court that he is the real thing.

 

The Strand is delighted to bring this vintage yuletide classic back to the Big Screen in glorious Black & White for one night only.

 

From 4pm - 8pm Thursday, December 7, you’re invited to experience the nostalgia of an Old-Fashioned Main St Christmas! Zelienople stores will have Open Houses with special offers and prizes. Horse drawn carriage and hay rides will take you to festive spots throughout town and the community park. Carolers and musicians will fill the air with yuletide music, and a Living Nativity and prayer tent will add spiritual joy to the evening.

 

At 7pm, enjoy the classic film, Miracle On 34th Street at The Strand with $2 off admission when you present a receipt from a Main St. store purchased that day, December 7 only! Take a break from the Web and the mall, and make a real memory on Main Street!


Proceeds support the local food cupboard & single moms. For more detailed information, visit www.gozelie.com.

 

According to Natalie Wood's biographer, during the shoot the young actress was convinced that Edmund Gwenn was actually Santa Claus (by all accounts, Gwenn was a very good-natured man on the set). It wasn't until Wood saw him out of costume at the wrap party that she realized he wasn't Santa.

 

In the untranslated dialogue with the Dutch girl, Santa Claus asks the child what she wants for Christmas. She says she wants nothing, telling Santa she got her gift by being adopted by her new mother.


Thursday ONLY!  December 7,  7 pm

1947 Unrated | Runtime 1 hour 36 minutes