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Movies in the tent at Arts Festival

Ed Blank
| Friday, June 6, 2003 12:00 a.m

Five movies, including a local premiere, will be shown a total of nine times today through Sunday in a tent at the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Point State Park.

“Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd,” which opens here and throughout the country June 13, will have a special preview screening in the tent at 6:40 p.m. today.

Most of the other movies are oldies designed to anticipate the summer releases of sequels such as “Rugrats Go Wild” (opening June 13), “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” (June 28) and the third “American Pie” installment – “American Wedding” (Aug. 1).

The nine arts festival screenings are part of a 15-city tour called Movies in Motion co-sponsored by Loews Cineplex Entertainment and Lever 2000.

The films will be shown on an inflatable screen in the tent, which will seat 120 people.

All seats are free and will be distributed on a first-come basis.

The tent will be adjacent to an 18-wheel tractor-trailer where film fans can take movie quizzes and register for prizes.

Programs of movie trailers will be run in the tent between screenings of the feature films.

12:40 p.m. : “Two Weeks’ Notice” (PG-13; 2002)
3:40 p.m.: “Charlie’s Angels” (PG-13; 2000)
6:40 p.m.: “Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd” (PG-13; 2003)

12:40 p.m.: “Two Weeks’ Notice”
3:40 p.m.: “Charlie’s Angels”
6:40 p.m.: “American Pie 2” (R; 2001)

12:40 p.m.: “Rugrats in Paris” (G; 2000)
3:40 p.m.: “Two Weeks’ Notice”
6:40 p.m.: “Charlie’s Angels”

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