What would you do for the love of your bicycle? Pee-Wee’s charmed life, filled with wonder and delight, comes crashing down when his bike is stolen. (91 mins.)
Tickets are available exclusively at the door.
Drive, bike, or take the streetcar to our drive-in under the stars—and the striking Ross Island Bridge—at Zidell Yards. The gates open at 7 PM and films start at dusk, with food and drink for sale by local food-cart vendors. If you don’t have a car, bring a chair and warm, cushy blankets and find your spot in front for some pop cinema classics.
The Zidell Yards entrance is at 3030 SW Moody Avenue, a few blocks north of the tram and streetcar stop at OHSU.
Admission: $8; tickets available exclusively at the gate. Payment options: cash or card. Please, no outside food or drink. Sound will be broadcast via FM radio transmission and outdoor speaker system.
Co-presented by Zidell and the Northwest Film Center.
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