Movies UNDER Moonlight

Movies UNDER Moonlight

(Sponsored by WECA)


You’re invited!  WECA is sponsoring four (4) free movie nights.  ALL on Thursdays. 


Gigi  (1958)                        Musicical                                            June 22, Thurs

East Lawn of Elizabeth Park:

Ah, oui, France à la 1901 Paris.  Ce film est fabuleux.  Can her grandmother and aunt save Gigi from that womanizer, Gaston?  Will she find love or find it to be bourgeois?  Gigi won nine Oscars, including Best Picture.  Produced by Loewe and Lerner, who also produced My Fair Lady (1964) which resembles Gigi.  Gigi charms.

Starring:  Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier, Louis Jordan, Eva Gabor

Directed by:  Vincente Minnelli


Raiders of the Lost Ark  (1981)                  American-adventure-comedy                         July 6, Thurs

East Lawn of Elizabeth Park:

Indy’s archaeological adventures set in 1936.  Traps, whips, swords, and exciting escapes and adventure.  Adventures with Indy in the Amazon, Nepal, Egypt and more.  Nominated for eight Oscars winning five.  One of the top grossing films of all time – fun on the big screen.

Starring: Harrison Ford, Karen Allen.

Directed by:  Steven Spielberg.  Written by:  screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan, from a story by George Lucas and Philip Kaufman.


Zootopia  (2016)                              Animated comedy adventure                                        July 20, Thurs

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A rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox must work together to uncover a conspiracy.

Voice Stars:  Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba, Jenny Slate

Directed by:  Howard. Moore, and Bush


West Side Story  (1961)                Musical-Romance                                                           Aug. 24, Thurs

East Lawn of Elizabeth Park:

Inspired by Romeo and Juliet, the Sharks and the Jets clash over Tony and Maria.  Many popular songs of the day:  America, Tonight, I Feel Pretty, Maria, and Somethings Coming.

Starring:  Natalie Wood, Rita Moreno, Richard Beymer, George Charkiris, and other singers and dancers.

Directed by:  Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins


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