“At the Movies” was started in 2011 as a collaboration between Kewaskum School District, the library, and the Kewaskum Area Arts Council. Hosted by retired KHS literature teacher James Westphal, our “At the Movies” series highlights popular American films of the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s. See them on the big screen for the first time!
All movies are shown at the Kewaskum High School Theatre and are FREE!
Movies begin at 2pm.
Winter 2015 Schedule
Wednesday, January 21 — Boys’ Night Out — Three married men and their divorced buddy want to try something new on their boys’ night out: a boy’s night in with a blonde tootsie in a secret love pad. Kim Novak, James Garner, and Tony Randall star.
Wednesday, January 28 – Annie Get Your Gun — stars Bettie Hutton (in a role intended for Judy Garland) as a spunky Western gal who gives Howard Keel all he can handle, and features such Irving Berlin standards as “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “Anything You Can Do,” and “Doin’ What Comes Naturally.”
Wednesday, February 4 — Mrs. Miniver — Greer Garson earned an Oscar as an English housewife whose family struggles to survive WWII. Powerful war-time drama won seven Oscar, including Best Picture, Director and Script.
Wednesday, February 11 – Funny Girl — Barbra Streisand’s debut film won her the Academy Award(r) for her performance as singer-comediene, Fanny Brice. Nominated for seven other awards, this classic musical film contrasts Fanny’s onstage antics with her offstage romance with dashing gambler, Nicky Arnstein (Omar Shariff).
Wednesday, February 18 — Much Ado About Nothing — A military war has just ended, but the “merry war” between Beatrice (Emma Thompson) and Benedick (Kenneth Branagh) rages on!
Wednesday, February 25 — Hatari! –A group of men trap wild animals in Africa and sell them to zoos. Will the arrival of a female wildlife photographer change their ways? John Wayne stars.