Sundown Cinema: To Be or Not to Be (1942)
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Sundown Cinema presents the comedy To Be or Not to Be (1942), starring Carole Lombard and Jack Benny who play members of a theatre troupe in Nazi-occupied Warsaw working together to foil the plot of a Nazi spy. Directed by the German refugee Ernst Lubitsch and released during World War II, the film is a provocative anti-Nazi farce, skewering the German occupiers with satire. Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated.
Movie Synopsis: Read about the film on Wikipedia.
Where & When: Movies will be shown outdoors in the parking lot next to Orchard Valley Coffee near the corner of E. Campbell Ave. and Central Ave. Start times for each movie will depend on when the sun sets. Shows usually begin between 8 and 9pm, once it's dark enough to see the film. Don't forget to bring a chair and a blanket! No alcoholic beverages and no smoking, please.