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So many neat things to do, so little time! Thanks for bringing awareness to all these fun activities!
I didn't think of it in time to send in, but, Saturday evening, September 10, the National Park Service will have a "Movies by Moonlight" program at Paramount Ranch, the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area park that I do volunteer work with. They will be showing the 1939 Gary Cooper version of Beau Geste, which was partially shot at the ranch in the late 1930's. The main program begins at 7:30, but, a ranger will lead a short walk to the filming site at 6pm. (Those that have never been to the ranch before might want to also come a little early to explore our Western town movie set, home to Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman when it was in production and used for filming of many other movies and tv shows since the 1950's.)It should be a fun evening. And, it's free! A great opportunity to see a vintage film at the very property where it was filmed!