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Few things make us happier than catching a classic movie again on the big screen. Having a celebrity from the movie at the screening just happens to be one of those things.

Starting this Sunday, Movies at The Statler brings four great movies back—along with an actor who starred in the film. That translates to Burton Gilliam from Blazing Saddles, Mariel Hemingway from Personal Best, Lorenzo Lamas from Grease, and Eric Roberts from The Expendables.

We had such a crush on Lorenzo Lamas in Grease, it’s probably for the best we don’t go to that particular screening or risk flinging ourselves on stage in front of hundreds. (Not that it’s stopped us before.)

Tickets get you access to the movie (of course) and the on-stage Q&A with the celebs, but VIP ticket four-packs get you up-close-and-personal for photos, autographs, and a meet and greet. Throughout then night, prizes will be awarded during raffles and for answering trivia questions correctly, so you could be staying at The Statler sometime soon.

Which is one of the best ways to get treated like an A-lister we know!

Movies at The Statler
April 14, 28; May 12, 26
Tickets: $10 (General Admission); $125 (VIP 4-pack)
Valet: $5 (General Admission); Free with VIP
6:00 p.m. Doors Open
7:00 p.m. Movie/Event Starts
The Statler Ballroom
1914 Commerce Street, Dallas
thestatlerballroom.com

Sunday Movie Lineup
April 14: Blazing Saddles feat. Burton Gilliam 
April 28: Personal Best feat. Mariel Hemingway 
May 12: Greasefeat. Lorenzo Lamas 
May 26: The Expendables feat. Eric Robert


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