THE PRINCESS BRIDE Feast w/ Chris Sarandon

Director Rob Reiner
Year 1987
Starring Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon and Robin Wright
Rating PG
Run Time 98min
Age Policy

18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.

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Chris Sarandon, Prince Humperdinck himself, live in person!

It’s no secret that we at the Alamo Drafthouse love, love, love THE PRINCESS BRIDE. It is one of the movies that best sums up everything we adore about movies. We can never see it enough times, and once we heard from Chris Sarandon, who so memorably enacted the part of the black-hearted Prince Humperdinck, we knew that a very special night was in the offing.

In addition to the Prince’s company we will have a multi-course menu, crafted by our executive chef John Bullington. If you know Chef Bullington’s exquisite handiwork from the Lord Of The Rings Trilogy Feast and his other appetizing undertakings, you know that this will be an evening to remember for the rest of your life. Avoid the Pit Of Despair and consider this magical screening an alternative to suicide.

There will also be a PRINCESS BRIDE Quote-Along with Chris Sarandon the same night. Find tickets to that event HERE.

You can also reserve one of our limited edition Bottle of Wits: THE FEZZIK!! by buying a voucher HERE. You will recieve this one-of-a-kind bottle at the screening.

 

Like its giant namesake, the FEZZIK bottle is huge. Standing nearly 20 inches tall, it holds the equivalent of four bottles of wine and will assume a commanding position among the other bottles in your wine cellar, on your mantlepiece, or on your table. Buy one for yourself or give THE GREATEST GIFT EVER to your friends. Buy it fast though, as there are fewer than 100 of these “wine bottles of unusual size” in existence, and once they’re gone, they are gone for good. Exclusive price of $175 per bottle (normally $225!) for Princess Bride event attendees, while supplies last!

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