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A TRIP BACK IN TIME 

Thursday, Jul 9 2009
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Do you like beautiful old things? No? Then please skip this item. The rest of you with the good taste to appreciate the rare and the vintage can hop into your restored jalopy for Heritage Square Museum's "Silent and Classic Movie Nights" program. You bring a picnic, lawn chairs, blankets, etc., and enjoy alfresco screenings of Cecil B. DeMille's 1927 The Yankee Clipper (July 11); 1917's A Modern Musketeer, with Douglas Fairbanks (July 18), and 1928's The Garden of Eden, with Corrine Griffith (July 25), while surrounded by eight gorgeous architectural landmarks. How L.A. can you get?
Saturdays, 8 p.m. Starts: July 11. Continues through July 25, 2009
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