You Only Live Twice returns to big screen June 11 in NY area

The Lafayette Theater in Suffern, New York, will play the fifth James Bond film, You Only Live Twice, on June 11 as part of its Big Screen Classics program.

The full schedule of the theaters Big Screen Classics can be viewed BY CLICKING HERE. The screening of Twice will be dedicated to composer John Barry, whose work is one of the highlights of the 1967 film.

With Twice, producers Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman hoped to out-do their huge 1965 hit Thunderball. Some fans don’t feel Twice did so, and star Sean Connery quit Bond the first time after making the movie. Still it’s a spectacle meant for the big screen, especially Ken Adam’s SPECTRE volcano headquarters set, which cost more than the first 007 film, Dr. No. Show time is 11:30 a.m., with tickets at $7.

Dr. No returns to the big screen in NY area

The Lafayette Theater in Suffern, New York, is about to kick off another of its Big Screen Classics and it’s going to lead off with a certain gentleman agent with a license to kill.

On March 13 at 11:30 a.m., the theater’s spring season begins with the first James Bond film adventure, 1962’s Dr. No, where Sean Connery made his debut as James Bond, with Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman and Jack Lord in the cast. The theater says it will be showing a brand-new print from MGM andwill also have a lobby display of rare posters and memorabilia.

For ticket and screening information, YOU CAN CLICK HERE.