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1960's Retro Beach Movie Fest - CinemaDave

Jun. 4th, 2008 06:55 pm 1960's Retro Beach Movie Fest

WHO: Fort Lauderdale’s own Woody Woodbury - 1960’s actor, comedian and

musician. WWII & Korean airforce fighter Pilot and entertained the troops with military oriented comedy. He Succeeded Johnny Carson as host of WHO DO YOU TRUST? when Carson left to host the TONIGHT SHOW in 1962. Ran a comedy club in Fort Lauderdale and resides in south florida .

Chris Noel - originally from West Palm Beach, Chris was one of the 1960’s Bikini clad beach movie actresses who later turned in her acting career to host an Armed Forces radio show and USO tours in Vietnam and subsequently helping Vets in Florida after her return.

Davy Jones - Davy Jones, though best remembered for The Monkees,
Jones is also a star of stage and film. Jones also resides in South Florida .



WHAT: 1960’s Retro Beach Movie Fest from June 5 – June 8. Includes Parties on June 5, 6 and 8, and films daily include: For Those Who Think Young (starring Woody Woodbury), Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon films Beach Blanket Bingo and How to Stuff A Wild Bikini and , Sonny & Cher in Good TImes, Girl Happy with Elvis and Chris Noel, and many more. For a complete schedule visit www.FLIFF .com or see attached.



WHEN:

June 5, 6:30PM - Woody Woodbury - red carpet arrival. Introductions by Wil

Shriner (director of Hoot and FLIFF Board Member) Woody will be presented with the key to the city of Fort Lauderdale by Commissioner Hutchinson; Audience Q&A after the film For THose WHO Think Young.

June 7, 5:30PM Chris Noel - red carpet arrival. Q&A after the film GIRL HAPPY

June 8, 6:30PM Chris Noel - Red Carpet Arrival, Q&A after film Wild Wild Winter and will attend Luau

June 8, 7PM Davy Jones - Red Carpet Arrival and Luau + Audience Q&A after the movie HEAD starring the Monkees

WHERE:
Cinema Paradiso – 503 SE 6 Street, Downtown Fort Lauderdale (just east of the Broward County Courthouse on the South Bank of the New River )

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