8/6: Bus Stop On the Big Screen

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The Bryant Park Summer Film Festival continues tonight at sunset with a screening of Bus Stop (1956).

The film tells the story of a naieve rodeo cowboy (Don Murray) who falls in love with a damaged cafe singer (Marilyn Monroe). One of Monroe’s best films!

Free to the public, get there way early. No chairs or plastic sheets, please.

Monday, August 8th
starts at sunset

Bryant Park
Sixth Avenue @ 40th St

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