Bond films on the big screen in Glendale, California

Event - 14-03-13
Bond is back on the big screen, this April in Glendale, CA.

Screenings throughout next month at the Alex Theatre will showcase the James Bond adventures: Licence To Kill, Octopussy, OHMSS, Diamonds Are Forever and Live And Let Die.

Prices are from $15 a ticket, or $40 for a Season Pass.

Visit Alextheatre.org for details.

Thanks to John for the alert.

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