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June Movies


 June 7, 2018 – “Son of Paleface”

Four years after his smash comedy hit, “The Paleface,” Bob Hope returned to the screen as Junior Potter, son of Painless Peter Potter, the hapless hero of the first film. The Harvard-bred Junior heads out west to claim his father’s inheritance. Also returning for the sequel, but in a different role, is the beautiful Jane Russell as a gunfighter named Mike the Torch Delroy. She continually has to save our hapless hero with help from the king of the singing cowboys, Roy Rogers and legendary horse Trigger who team up with the pair to get to the bottom of a gold shipment robbery. (C) (1952) (1H 35M) (NR)

June 14, 2018 – “The Crooked House”

In Agatha Christie’s most twisted tale, the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a wealthy patriarch is investigated by spy-turned-private-detective Charles Hayward (Max Irons). He is lured by his former lover to catch her grandfather’s murderer before Scotland Yard exposes dark family secrets. On the sprawling estate, amidst a poisonous atmosphere of bitterness, resentment, and jealousy in a truly crooked house, Hayward encounters three generations of the dynasty, including a theater actress (Gillian Anderson), the old man’s widow 50 years his junior (Christina Hendricks), and the family matriarch Lady Edith de Haviland (Glenn Close). (C) (2017) (1H 55M) (PG-13)

June 21, 2018  –  “Guys And Dolls”

Hollywood legends Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra, and Vivian Blaine are dazzling in this musical masterpiece.  Featuring hits like “Luck Be A Lady” and “A Woman in Love”, this smash film version of one of Broadway’s most popular musicals is a guaranteed, rip-roaring entertainment.  (C) (1955) (2H 30M) (NR)

June 28, 2018  –  “A New Leaf

Henry Graham is a man with a problem: he has run through his entire inheritance, and is completely unequipped to provide for himself. His childhood guardian, Uncle Harry (a deliciously mean-spirited James Coco), refuses to give him a dime, and Henry, completely unwilling to exercise the only solution he sees – suicide – devises a plan with the help of his imaginative butler.  Henry can make money the old-fashioned way – he can marry it. With a temporary loan from Uncle Harry to tide him over, Henry has six weeks to find a bride, marry her, and repay the money, or else he must forfeit all his property to his uncle. With only days remaining, Henry meets clumsy, painfully shy heiress Henrietta Lowell (played by director Elaine May). She’s the answer to his prayers – if only Henry can overcome the obstacles placed in his path by Uncle Harry, Henrietta’s lawyer, and Henry’s own reluctance to wed. (C) (1971) (1H 42M) (G).


Kuentz R.C. (Johnson Blvd. @ Stardust Blvd.)

$2.00/Person Suggested Donation – (Doors Open @ 6 P.M.)

Program starts at 7:00 P.M. or when all seats filled.

Please, no saving of seats

(Hearing assisted devices are now available for your use)

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