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We have another vintage movie night on this Friday the 4th of May, starting at 7pm, its a gold coin donation and all funds go towards our youth art program.
The movie we are watching is called "The Longest Yard" here is a little info about the movie :
The Longest Yard is a 1974 American sports comedy film directed by Robert Aldrich, written by Tracy Keenan Wynn and based on a story by producer Albert S. Ruddy. The film follows a former NFL player (Burt Reynolds) recruiting the group of prisoners and playing football against their guards.
The film was remade three times, including for the 2001 British film Mean Machine (a shortened version of the title used for the original's UK release), starring Vinnie Jones, the 2005 film remake, The Longest Yard featured Reynolds as coach Nate Scarborough, and as the 2015 Egyptian film Captain Masr. In the two non-American remakes, the sport was changed from American football to association football.
The Longest Yard featured many real-life football players, including Green Bay Packers legend Ray Nitschke. The film was shot on location at Georgia State Prison in Reidsville, Georgia. It had the cooperation of then-Governor Jimmy Carter. Filming had to be delayed from time to time due to prison uprisings.
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We happened to catch Sunset Framing and Gallery owner in a live Facebook video during the week, if you would like to see him chat watch the video below.
Thanks everyone for stopping by and we hope to see you in the gallery really soon.
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