'Dr. No' back on the big screen across America on 24th September|
AMC, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Park Circus have got together to bring the first James Bond film "Dr. No" back to the big screen across America on 24th September at 7pm.
AMC’s President of Programming Robert J. Lenihan, stated “Bond is an iconic character that has spanned 50 years and garnered generations of followers. As the excitement for SKYFALL continues to build, we’re excited to bring the original story back for James Bond fans.”
Tickets to the screening will will cost just $7, but those attending will get “a Commemorative 50 Years of James Bond Print. In addition, each participating AMC location will give away one Bond 50 complete collection, which showcases all 22 classic films on Blu-ray for the first time ever in one cool, sleek collectible box-set – retail value of $299.99. The Blu-ray set is available in stores Sept. 25.”
Click here for a list of participating theatres
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