On August 8, relive one of Marilyn Monroe’s most memorable performances as the Putnam Museum screens a true classic, “The Seven Year Itch”, on the GIANT Screen.
“We love getting the opportunity to screen such memorable classics for our community to enjoy,” said Kim Findlay, president and CEO of the Putman Museum & Science Center. “We’ve received such great feedback from our community when it comes to classic films on the GIANT screen that we hope to incorporate more of these films more periodically into our movie schedule.”
With his family away for their annual summer holiday, New Yorker, Richard Sherman, played by Tom Ewell, decides he has the opportunity to live a bachelor's life once he spots the beautiful blonde, played by Marilyn Monroe, from the apartment above. What life will he choose? See this classic play out in true cinematic form – on the area’s largest movie screen!
“The Seven Year Itch” will play at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 8.
Admission for this one-time showing is $8.50 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and $7.00 for youth –Putnam members receive a $1 discount.
For more information or complete list of show times, please call 563-324-1933 or go to www.putnam.org/movies/showtimes.
About the Putnam
The Putnam has been inspiring ideas, dialogue and interaction among people of all ages for nearly 150 years. And today, we’re better than ever with hands-on fun for the whole family. Launch rockets or interact with a robot in our Science Center, visit our famous mummies in Unearthing Ancient Egypt, climb into a tree house in Black Earth | Big River or go back in time to see our region’s history in River, Prairie and People. Also experience internationally recognized traveling exhibits or take in a movie in our National Geographic Giant Screen Theater with a screen towering six stories tall. Our welcoming team is dedicated to helping you discover and explore in a friendly and engaging place.
For more information about current and upcoming events, exhibits and movies, visit putnam.org.