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After a month of voting and a dramatic run-off, A Fish Called Wanda has been selected as Westchester's favorite 1980s comedy and will screen at The Picture House in 35mm for Date Night, on Friday, Sept. 7. Well over 300 votes were received. The film will play at 9 p.m., preceded by champagne toast to celebrate.
Pelham’s favorite restaurants are offering a 20 percent discount off the food portion of the bill. To receive the discount, audiences should purchase tickets to "Date Night: A Fish Called Wanda" at www.thepicturehouse.org and bring their tickets to one of Pelham’s participating restaurants: Bistro Rollin, Caffe Regatta, and Rigatoni.
Date Night is generously sponsored by Meridian Risk Management.
About a Fish Called Wanda
One of the American Film Institute's 100 funniest films and the recipient of three academy award nominations, including a win for Kevin Kline, the movies stars Kline, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Cleese and Michael Palin in a hilarious tale of murder, lust, greed, revenge and seafood.
General admission ticket prices cost $12 or $9 with an advanced purchase. Seniors, students and child pay $10 at the door or $8 with an advanced purchase. Picture House members pay $6.