THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE (1962) Screening at The Electric Theater
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About the Event
FMASU proudly presents The Electric Film Series - A Journey Through the History of Film: Volume I.
We're taking audiences on a cinematic adventure that spans over a century of film…
Once a month throughout 2021...
And it’s completely free to the community!
The Electric Film Series continues at the historic Electric Theater on Tuesday, June 15th at 6 PM (Doors at 5:30 PM) with a showing of a classic John Wayne/James Stewart-headlined western from the 1960’s;
“The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” (1962)
Directed by the legendary John Ford, “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” follows Senator Ransom Stoddard (James Stewart) as he makes his way back to the hometown of his past for an unexpected funeral. Upon arrival, Stoddard tells of his origins and how he came to know the deceased in a beloved western that, among other things, stars two of the most famous actors of all time. Of the many collaborations between John Ford and John Wayne, Roger Ebert considered this film to be their most “thoughtful and pensive.” Come on out and experience it on the big screen...The way it was meant to be experienced.
This mythological tale of the Old West will be introduced by (TBA)...
Be sure to arrive at the screening a little early and order a delicious optional food item from our local restaurant sponsor, Riggatti's. Meals will be available for consumption immediately following the film during the post-screening discussion or, feel free to take it home with you.
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