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The Mummy

Film/Video

Images courtesy of Universal Pictures

The Mummy
Karl Freund, 1932

Wex Drive-In

The Wexner Center brings the big screen outside for our annual series of free, festive, open-air film screenings on the Wexner Center Plaza at 15th Avenue and High Street. All Wex Drive-In movies start at dusk (generally around 9 PM), but you're invited to come at 8 PM to choose your spot. Pack up a few blankets or lawn chairs, and get ready to enjoy beer from Seventh Son Brewing, pizza from Mikey’s Late Night Slice, and free Pam’s Market Popcorn. All films screened in 35mm!

Thu, June 19, 2008 8 PM

Join us under the stars as we begin another summer of outdoor films at the Wex. In June, you can see the Universal horror classic The Mummy.

Boris Karloff stars in the atmospheric chiller as a mummy revived after thousands of years and causing mayhem as he searches for his reincarnated mate. (75 mins., 35mm)

In the event of rain, the screening and party will move inside the Wexner Center.

Member Exclusives!
Wexner Center members receive a commemorative Wex Drive-In mug and discounted drinks at every film. Become a member through the Wex Drive-In and receive a Wexner Center Film/Video t-shirt and two additional free film passes (a $34 value). Click here for more information on the benefits of membership and to join.

Parking alert:: The Ohio Union Garage is closed through June 30 as part of its ongoing renovation. (College Road between 12th Avenue and 17th Avenue is also closed.) Nearby parking alternatives include the Arps Garage, about one block north of the Wexner Center, and South Campus Gateway. During this period the Arps Garage will be open for visitor parking during weekdays as well as evenings and on weekends.

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