The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), August 8 at 7pm

Told in flashback, the movie tells the story of three contrasting characters who played key roles in the throes of the late 19th century conflict between the Wild West and a more law-abiding society. James Stewart plays U.S. Senator Ransom Stoddard, who years earlier when he was a young lawyer was terrorized and robbed by a gang of outlaws headed by the brutal Liberty Valance (Lee Marvin). Stoddard forms an uneasy alliance with an old-time cowboy, played by John Wayne, which leads to Stoddard becoming—despite his misgivings—a hero and political leader.

“The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” is considered one of director John Ford’s masterpieces.

“The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” shows once only on Thursday, August 8 at 7pm. All seats are $8. Getting to the theater early is always a good idea – for a choice of seating and to order freshly-made food and drinks. You are strongly advised to buy tickets in advance at the box office or online.

Have you been to The Scene? If not, you’re missing out on an atmospheric café/wine bar, with dishes such as creative Panini, special salads, and desserts. The Scene opens every day at 5:00; stop by before or after the movie, or just come in anytime to enjoy a drink or a delicious light meal.

Pre-show video. Produced by Michael DeWitt