Old Town Winchester’s Classic Movie Night series at the Taylor Pavilion is back for a fourth summer. These FREE outdoor movies are held at dusk (approximately 8:30 pm) every second Saturday in June, July and August and screened by Magic Lantern Theater. Attendees are encouraged to bring seating.
“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” – June 9 (Rain location Grace Evangelical Church)
A 1986 American teen comedy, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” introduces an interesting character who has skipped school numerous times, and this time he has the entire school believing that he is on the verge of death. On his day off he embarks on adventures with his friends, using a Ferrari for transportation. Starring Mathew Broderick, Charlie Sheen, Cindy Pickett. Rated PG-13; 103 minutes.
“Shadow of a Doubt” – July 14 (Rain location Handley Library)
Alfred Hitchcock’s black and white thriller is known as one of his masterpieces. A small-town girl (Teresa Wright) gradually develops doubts about a beloved uncle (Joseph Cotton) who seems to harbor terrible secrets. Not rated, 108 minutes.
“An American In Paris” – August 11 (Rain location Grace Evangelical Church)
Featuring music by the Gershwins, incomparable dancing by Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron, and lavish production numbers, this is one of the great movie musicals. Kelly plays a struggling artist whose up-and-down romance with Caron finally culminates in a sumptuous ballet set to the title composition. Not rated, 115 minutes.
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