Film In The Garden: The Little Fugitive

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Film In The Garden: The Little Fugitive
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Film In The Garden: The Little Fugitive says
Perfectly capturing the magical atmosphere of 1950s Coney Island, The Little Fugitive (1953, not rated) is a charming adventure story told from the perspective of a seven-year-old boy who takes refuge there after mistakenly believing he's killed his brother.

Also featured in the exhibition "Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland" (July 11–October 11), this is the second of three outdoor summer films in the May S. Marcy Sculpture Garden.

Grab a blanket, bring a few friends, and be sure to arrive early for a good seat on the lawn. Panama 66 will be open to attendees to serve you from their menu, including a full bar. Please note no outside alcoholic beverages will be allowed. We are unable to accommodate dogs during Film in the Garden.

Films begin at sundown. Film in the Garden is free for members and youth age 17 and under, $5 nonmembers.

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By: San Diego Museum of Art