A League of Their Own, the much loved film based on the real-life All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, is just one of the popular films to be shown as part of the National Museum of American Jewish History’s Summer Cinema Series in Philadelphia beginning on July 9th. The series, which will run every Wednesday in July at 7:00 pm, will feature remarks from longtime film critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Carrie Rickey.
Summer Cinema Series Films Include:
July 9 The Natural (USA, 1984, 134 minutes)
July 16 Bull Durham (USA, 1988, 108 minutes)
July 23 A League of Their Own (USA, 1992, 128 minutes)
July 30 Field of Dreams (USA, 1989,107 minutes)
All films are $5. Tickets can be purchased online or by phone at 215-923-3811.
Additional baseball classics, documentaries, and family films that examine, commemorate, and celebrate America’s love of the game will be screened in the coming months. To find out about upcoming film programming including the Museum’s DOCtober: Baseball Documentariesseries, please visit our website.
For the Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American exhibition release, please click here.
For a full schedule of Museum programs and events throughout the year, visit our calendar.