Press Release: Weekend With Hitch at the Balboa Theater

Reconnect with the Master of Suspense this September in San Francisco!  The Balboa Theatre announces two full weekends of Hitch starting on Friday, September 2nd and finishing up on Sunday, September 11th.


On Labor Day weekend audiences can team up with James Stewart for a sleepover with Grace Kelly in Rear Window, and explore their San Francisco roots with Kim Novak in Vertigo.  Jimmy shows his sinister side in Rope and gets to know Doris Day in The Man Who Knew Too Much. Cary Grant can be seen in To Catch a Thief and Notorious, and a young Sean Connery can be seen with Tippi Hedren in Marnie.


The following weekend, on September 9th, North by Northwest with Cary Grant and Eva Marie-Saint will be playing with the 1935 black and white classic The 39 Steps.  A tension-packed Saturday offers Spellbound, Psycho, and The Birds. Finally, Alfred Hitchcock weekend Pt. 2 wraps up on Sunday September 11th with Rebecca and Strangers on a Train.

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Showtimes Schedule as Follows


Sept. 2nd:

To Catch a Theif  4:30, 9:00

Notorious 7:00


Sept. 3rd:

The Man Who Knew Too Much 3:30

Rope 6:00

Vertigo 8:00


Sept. 4th:

Rear Window 2:00, 7:00

Marnie 4:30


Sept. 5th:

Notorious 2:00

Vertigo 4:30

Rope 7:00


Sept. 9th:

The 39 Steps 5:00, 9:30

North By Northwest 7:00


Sept. 10th:

Spellbound 3:30

Psycho 6:00

The Birds 8:15


Sept. 11th:

Rebecca 2:00, 7:00

Strangers on a Train 4:30


Stay tuned for more special events coming up in the month of September!


The Balboa Theatre is a beloved San Francisco independent cinema in the Outer Richmond, founded in 1926.  Check out and for more information, exact schedule times, and other upcoming events.  Contact the Balboa Theater directly by calling (415) 221-8184.






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