Celebrate Elvis Presley’s Birthday At The Crest This Saturday, Jan. 6

By Chris Narloch

Sacramento’s Crest Theatre is the place to be this weekend as that historic movie palace celebrates Elvis Presley’s birthday (two days early) on Saturday evening and then celebrates its loyal patrons with a free film classic on Sunday evening, Jan. 7.

Viva Las Vegas
If you’ve never seen Elvis Presley strut his stuff on the big screen, you will have a rare opportunity this Saturday when the Crest screens “Viva Las Vegas,” costarring the great Ann-Margret -- no slouch in the hip-shaking department herself.

Help celebrate Elvis’ birthday (Jan. 8) a little early with one of the best loved of his 29 films. “Viva Las Vegas” has it all: great music, Elvis at the peak of his talent and sexiness, Ann-Margret dancing up a storm, car racing, tomfoolery, and the utter ridiculousness that makes an Elvis movie so great.

“Viva Las Vegas” will screen once, this Saturday, Jan. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are just $8 - $10.

It Happened One Night
This is one of American cinema’s greatest romantic comedies, with the unforgettable Clark Gable opposite the stunning Claudette Colbert in a classic directed by the great Frank Capra.

Comedy and chemistry light up the screen as never before, thanks to Capra’s innovative cinematic techniques and social commentary, which brought “It Happened One Night” multiple Academy Awards and box office success.

The Crest is pleased to offer this timeless classic as a free admission event, as a gift to Sacramento, for one night only, this Sunday, Jan. 7 at 7:00 p.m.

For more information about both screenings, visit www.crestsacramento.com.

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