The Classic Elvis Movie ‘Blue Hawaii’ Is This Weeks Moonlight And Movies
The Texarkana Museums System will present "Moonlight & Movies" on the Ace of Clubs lawn Friday at 6:30 PM. The movie is "Blue Hawaii" and it is free for Texarkana Museum members and just $5 for the general public.to the public.
The Ace of Clubs house will hold this movie on their lawn under their large fans to keep the moviegoers cool. They'll also offer refreshments. The movie also has some VIP 'beach seating' that is available for just $20. This seating will get you front row access to the great movie and an Elvis impersonator as well.
There is also something special planned for this event, a drawing for a pearl necklace and earrings. Discount tickets for the event can be found at El Frio Express in downtown Texarkana.
For those of you unfamiliar with this classic, here is the official trailer for the movie.
Here is a little plot synopsis from the Internet Movie Database.
After arriving back in Hawaii from the Army, Chad Gates (Elvis Presley) defies his parents' wishes for him to work at the family business and instead goes to work as a tour guide at his girlfriend's agency.
The Draughon-Moore home known as the "Ace of Clubs House" is the oldest standing house in Texarkana, Texas. The house was built from the winnings of a card game and that is how it received its name the "Ace Of Clubs" house.
Built-in 1885, the historic Ace of Clubs House is on both the State of Texas and National Historic Registers and is an integral part of the landscape of historic downtown Texarkana. Mrs. Olivia Smith Moore donated the unique property, built in the shape of a club, to the Texarkana Museums System in the 1980s to fulfill her desire to help maintain the history of our region. It has been visited by Bob Villa and featured on HGTV's Christmas Castles.