The Class of ’67: Hollywood Changes Film Series is hosted by the Lindo Theatre in partnership with the Stephenson County Museum and Highland Community College. It is designed to offer movie-goers the experience of viewing time-honored American Film classics along with the opportunity to discuss various aspects of each film. Admission is $6 per movie.
Bonnie and Clyde:
A bored small-town girl and a small-time bank robber leave in their wake a string of violent robberies and newspaper headlines of these lovers on the run that catch the imagination of the Depression-struck Mid-West.
The films in the series have been selected with the assistance of Dr. Ed Finch the Retired Executive Director for the Stephenson County Museum and Alan Wenzel the Retired Speech Communications Instructor for Highland Community College. They will introduce each movie and lead a discussion afterward. Movie-goers are encouraged to stay after the movie to participate in this exchange.
Let us know what movies you would like to see. Either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or jot down your remarks on one of our Customer Comment cards which should be available in the theatre lobby or from a manager.