Social Updates from Cine El Rey
Be part of The 11th Annual MLK Day At Cine El Rey - Virtual Event MONDAY Jan 18th 2021 7pm ❤️ #MLK #MLKDay
People Mailed Dimes 'By The Truck Load' to FDR's White House to Cure Polio
Too Fast? - No pos wow 🤣
TICKETS ON SALE NOW The Mission Historical Museum gladly presents the special screening of the 1979 western film: She Came to the Valley. The film is based on the novel written by local author, Cleo Dawson. Who is Cleo Dawson? Cleo Dawson was born in 1902. Her family was one of the first pioneer families who helped transform the frontier town of Mission into an incorporated city. They were the owners of one of the first convenience stores, Caballo Blanco. Her novel is inspired by the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Mission, Texas during its pioneer days. It is said to be based on Dawson’s mother’s experiences. The film was shot in South Texas's Rio Grande Valley and Oklahoma. In its first run it broke weekend attendance records at Rio Grande theatres. In celebration of this Missionite, we're doing a special screening of the film on January 27th & 28th , 2022. We will be giving out a copy of the novel with the purchase of a ticket. Tickets are $5.00. You’ll have the option between two different screen times each day (10:00 am and 2:00 pm). Come by the museum and purchase your tickets today! Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. For more information contact us at (956)580-8646.
'He stays': Betty White refused to remove Black dancer from her show in 1954
Farewell 2021 - Que Pinche Onda 2022 #Neta
The Roast of Larry Garza
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