God Is My Co-Pilot
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God is My Co-Pilot (1945) returns to The Grand Opera House!
In 1936 the Grand was turned into a movie house, and the first floor boxes were torn out. On March 15, 1945, the only world premiere of a major motion picture held in Macon was at the Grand with the screening of God is My Co-Pilot.
Col. Robert L. Scott is an adept fighter pilot who unfortunately finds himself too old to fly fighter planes in World War II. Assigned to India, he later meets Maj. Gen. Claire L. Chennault, who commands the famous “Flying Tigers” squadron in China. ChennaultView more
General admission is just $5, with a full bar and light concession available. For those of you who mention the Museum of Aviation (they have a God Is My Co-Pilot exhibit), you will receive a discount on your ticket!
651 Mulberry Street, Macon, GA 31201
Parking at The Grand is just steps from our front door and it’s free. Park in the lot directly adjacent to the theater, which is available to the public after business hours and on weekends. If the lot is full, please use available street parking (pay the meter for applicable spaces). Please make sure to secure any valuables to ensure their safety during evening performances.