Bring your lawn chairs and blankets! This summer the big screen moves outside for open-air film parties with snacks and a cash bar. Come early to choose your spot, mingle with other film fans, and sip your favorite beverage. The festivities begin at 8 PM each night, and the films themselves start at dusk, which is about 9 PM or shortly after in June and July and shortly before 9 PM in August.
Condemned by the Catholic Legion of Decency and savaged by critics as "smut" on its release, Billy Wilder's Kiss Me, Stupid is far less objectionable by today's standards and is a wonderful relic of the swinging "Rat Pack" era.
Ray Walston plays an aspiring small-town songwriter who hopes to convince lecherous crooner Dean Martin to record one of his songs by using a sexy stand-in for his wife (Kim Novak) as bait. (125 mins., 35mm)
Official Website: http://www.wexarts.org/fv/index.php?eventid=2231
Added by Wexner Center on July 10, 2007