Virtual BingoFlix: Made in Arkansas May! White Lightning (1973, PG)
Join us for Virtual BingoFlix: Made in Arkansas May! Play bingo along to cheesy movie cliches during a virtual watch party for your chance to win a free movie pass to the theater once we reopen. This month we’re celebrating the 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival by screening films made in Arkansas!
On Tuesday, May 11, join us for White Lightning (1973, PG)! Set in fictional Bogan County, Arkansas, White Lightning was shot in several locations throughout the central part of the state and includes many recognizable landmarks, particularly in Benton. Upon hearing of his brother’s murder, Gator McKlusky (Burt Reynolds), who at the outset of the film is in prison for bootlegging, agrees to work for the federal government in an attempt to bring charges against Bogan County’s corrupt sheriff, J. C. Connors (Ned Beatty). While the government is interested in finding evidence of tax fraud against Connors, who derives income from the county’s illegal stills, McKlusky is motivated by personal revenge, as he knows Connors was behind his brother’s murder.
Grab a screenshot of your randomized bingo card here: https://bingobaker.com/#df70d88857ec8da1
And join us for the virtual watch party LIVE on Tuesday, May 11 at 7PM CST here: https://app.kosmi.io/room/djgkkb
The squares on the bingo card consist of cheesy movie cliches that take place during the film. We will call out the squares live during the screening. Players with five squares in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) win a free movie pass to the theater! Winners can send a copy of their winning card to us at email@example.com to claim their prize. Only one prize per player.
Don’t miss Virtual BingoFlix: Made in Arkansas May!
Tuesday, May 4: It’s Alive (1969, NR)
Friday, May 7: The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972, G)
Tuesday, May 11: White Lightning (1973, PG)
Tuesday, May 18: Bootleggers (1974, PG-13)
Friday, May 21: Three for the Road (1987, PG)
Tuesday, May 25: Pass the Ammo (1988, R)
Friday, May 28: Stone Cold (1991, R)
… And don’t miss the 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival:
Saturday, April 24: 2020 Retrospective #1
Saturday, May 1: 2020 Retrospective #2
Saturday, May 8: 2020 Retrospective #3
Thursday, May 13: 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, Day 1
Friday, May 14: 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, Day 2
Saturday, May 15: 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, Day 3
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