Movie Nights at the Lloyds’…

It’s been a tradition since … 2010 … and Movie Night at the Lloyds’ is already a Rhode Island Institution! (In the positive sense of the term!)

Keep visiting this page, for breaking news on upcoming showings … a splendid opportunity to watch classic cinema in the great outdoors (well, in our backyard), with citronella tiki torches to help keep the buggies at bay, lots of goodies/refreshments (you can always bring something, edible donations always welcome), and a bunch of good people to share a fun evening with! Bring the kiddies … and feel free to spread the word! We’re looking forward to seeing you!

~ The Lloyds, Scott, Annemarie and Matthew

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  1. JUNE 23, 2012 BILL OF “Wet” CINEMATIC FARE:

    “How to Swim” (Goofy, 1942)

    “By the Sad Sea Waves” (Harold Lloyd, 1917)

    INTERMISSION

    Our Feature: “Beach Blanket Bingo,” a 1965 gem co-starring Annette Funicello, Frankie Avalon, Paul Lynde, Don Rickles, etc.

    Upcoming Movie Nights: July 14, August 18

  2. JUNE 9, 2012 BILL OF CINEMATIC FARE:

    Superman (an episode of the classic 1940s-era cartoon)
    “Mike Fright” (Our Gang / The Little Rascals, 1934)
    “Mabel & Fatty’s Married Life” (Mabel Normand & Roscoe Arbuckle, 1915)
    “Laughing Gas” (Charlie Chaplin, 1914)

    INTERMISSION

    “The Cook” (Buster Keaton & Roscoe Arbuckle, 1918)
    “Hey There!” (Harold Lloyd, 1918)
    “All Wet” (Charley Chase, 1924)

    Feel free to bring munchies to share with other revelers … we will provide something (besides a barking puppy and a smile!) … we look forward to seeing you tomorrow evening!

  3. RAIN DATE ALERT:
    The forecast for Rumford for Saturday, June 2, 2012 calls for thunder storms … Movie Night is now moved from June 2 to Saturday, June 9, 2012, at dusk …

  4. JUNE 2, 2012 BILL OF CINEMATIC FARE:

    Superman (an episode of the classic 1940s-era cartoon)
    “Mike Fright” (Our Gang / The Little Rascals, 1934)
    “Mabel & Fatty’s Married Life” (Mabel Normand & Roscoe Arbuckle, 1915)
    “Laughing Gas” (Charlie Chaplin, 1914)

    INTERMISSION

    “The Cook” (Buster Keaton & Roscoe Arbuckle, 1918)
    “Hey There!” (Harold Lloyd, 1918)
    “All Wet” (Charley Chase, 1924)

  5. SUMMER 2012 DATES (all shows are free and weather permitting … and more shows may be added if we are asked!) … all screenings begin at dusk (say 7:30p or so), have an intermission halfway through, and end, well, when we’re done:

    June 2, 2012
    June 23, 2012
    July 14, 2012
    August 18, 2012

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