Casablanca: Saturday @ 7:30PM Lafayette Blvd Beach [Long Beach Movie Nights]

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Please note: This movie has been rated PG for Mild Violence and Pervasive Smoking.ratedPG

Gripping, beautiful and genuinely moving, this espionage thriller has become one of the most celebrated films of all time. Bogart’s cool demeanor belies a heart of gold when he encounters an old flame in the war torn, exotic city of Casablanca. Ingrid Bergman is never more ravishing, desperate and courageous, and romance never more delicate, than in this timeless classic. See it under the stars and on the big screen!

Join us on Lafayette Blvd for a FREE outdoor screening of the 1942 classic, “Casablanca”

Bring a blanket, some beach chairs, and a date to snuggle with. The film will begin at 7:30pm See you at the movies!

Why not “round up the usual suspects” and make it a night? Make reservations at a restaurant who is a member of the West End Business Owners or Billy’s Beach Cafe or “The Laurel” stop by The Barn or Key Food East End for snacks and beverages and head down to the show (Shameless plugs for our sponsors).

And please remember to thank our incredible sponsors
The CityMD Saturday Nights this Summer are generously sponsored by CityMD and

Presented by:
Bethpage Federal Credit Union
iStar Residential
City of Long Beach
Nassau County Legislator Denise Ford

Your Neighborhood Sponsors:
Laurel Luncheonette
Law Office of Francis X McQuade
McAvoy Plumbing & Heating
Billy’s Beach Cafe
Dr Glenn’s Happy Teeth
Key Food East End
Panera Bread
JRO Contracting
Dr. Cohen (pediatric orthodontist)
Century 21 American Homes
JM Lynch Construction
Christopher Jordan Funeral Home
King Kullen
The Barn
New York Sport Club
West End Business Owners
Carstan Construction
Beach Erectors
Tutti Frutti

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4 thoughts on “Casablanca: Saturday @ 7:30PM Lafayette Blvd Beach [Long Beach Movie Nights]”

  1. I’m so glad you put the rating in this post. I was going to warn everyone of the gambling, gun play, and the blatant disregard for the sanctity of marriage!

    The naughty bits aside, this is a great film and I can’t wait to enjoy it for the 100th time with all of you fine folks.

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