A.K. Smiley Public Library’s “Southern California in Film” series continues with a screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit Saturday, November 16th at 2pm in the Contemporary Club.
A groundbreaking marriage of live action and animated filmmaking, Who Framed Roger Rabbit explores the demise of southern California’s Pacific Electric Railway Company, known as the Red Cars, through the story of a private detective involved in an adultery scandal that becomes a murder investigation. The film won three Academy Awards and a Special Achievement Awards and was selected for the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress in 2016.
No admission is charged for film screenings, thanks to the generous contributions of donors to the Library. Registration is requested, but not required. For more information or to see schedule updates, visit www.akspl.org or call (909) 798-7632.