Movies to continue at Dogwood Hills

Published 4:18 pm Monday, June 27, 2011

With the first of five planned outdoor movie presentations rained out last Friday, officials with the City of Brewton are making plans to move ahead with the rest of the summer schedule at Dogwood Hills on Douglas Avenue.
Gary Hill, director of parks and recreation, said the movie lineup for the rest of the summer has been set and will be shown as scheduled if Mother Nature will cooperate.
“There were five movies on the schedule,” Hill said. “All of them are PG rated, except for one, and safe for all ages to watch. We will have the big screen set up at the golf course and will show the other four movies two weeks apart.”
On July 8, the movie will start at 8:15 p.m. and will be about a green ogre who makes a bad deal with a dwarf because he thinks he has mellowed with family life and is no longer a ‘mean’ ogre.
On July 22, the movie will begin at 8 p.m. and will be about a man who uses his suit of armor to fight evil.
On Aug. 5, the movie will begin at 7:45 p.m. and will be based on a World War II scare of an enemy raid on the city of Los Angeles, only this time the enemy is not the Japanese, but are aliens from outer space.
The last movie scheduled for the summer will be shown on Aug. 19, at 7:30 p.m. This one is based on the old fairy tale of Rapunzel and the princess.
Due to copyrights, the names of the movies on the schedule can’t be revealed. To find out the name of each movie, call Dogwood Hills at 809-1750.

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