Bond 50th Anniversary Series
DR. NO (1962)
Saturday, June 15, 2:30 pm
& 7:00 pm
the 50th anniversary of the debut of DR. NO at the Capitol Theater
(June 15, 1963)!
Young directed this first of a long line of screen adventures with Ian
Fleming's unflappable British Secret Service Agent 007 in a fast-paced,
tongue-in-cheek style that set the tone for the rest of the popular
series. Sean Connery sets the standard by which all future takers must
measure themselves as the insouciant and devil-may-care James Bond. The
story concerns Bond being sent to Jamaica to investigate the murders of
a British agent and his secretary.
Helping Bond is Ursula
Andress, as well as bad gals like Zena Marshall, who almost leads Bond
to his death in her bedroom, and Eunice Gayson, a Bond pickup in a
London gambling house who proves herself a greater adversary than even
James Bond can handle.
an archival dye-transfer Technicolor 35mm print.
Adults $6, Capitol Friends $5, Children (12 & Under) $2.
here for a list of upcoming Capitol events.
a 1,788-seat theater situated in the heart of Central New York state,
provides the region with an unique and historic venue for the
performing and visual arts. Our programming includes silent and classic
movies, live theatrical productions, musical concerts, and dance. The
Capitol is the centerpiece of downtown Rome, NY, and we provide over
15,000 people with entertainment and smiles through over 100
performances per year.
Capitol Theatre provides cultural and educational opportunities to the
community through the performing and visual arts in Rome, NY's historic
unique, entertaining, and educational events in an historically
restored theater, the Capitol will be a source of culture and community
pride for Rome, Central New York and beyond.
Theatre offers an economic benefit of nearly $1M annually which helps
generate and hold 25 non-theatre jobs in the Rome
provide some of the most varied premier family entertainment in Central
New York. Throughout the year, the Capitol Theatre hosts a multitude of
both classic and modern offerings. Everything from the Glenn Miller
Orchestra to the Elders--from Romeo and Juliet to
even our own summer classic and silent film festival,
Capitolfest—our programming appeals to audiences of all ages!