Movies by moonlight is returning this March with another program of classic films. Join us for a unique outdoor movie experience as the helideck of HMAS Vampire is turned into the ultimate outdoor theatre.
Wednesday 4 March We Dive at Dawn (1943)
This classic World War II action/adventure propaganda film stars John Mills and Eric Portman. All leave is cancelled on British submarine Sea Tiger as the crew are ordered to find and destroy a Nazi battleship, the Brandenburg. Includes a pre-screening tour of submarine HMAS Onslow.
Thursday 5 March They're a Weird Mob (1966)
In this Australian comedy classic, Italian journalist Nino Culotta (Walter Chiari) arrives in Australia, become a builder's labourer, learn to drink and talk like an Aussie, and fall in love with an Australian girl. Described as one of the funniest films ever made n Australia, it features memorable scenes of 1960s Sydney and its working docks.
Tickets are $25 per film per person and includes refreshments, lollies and popcorn. Places are strictly limited, bookings essential (02) 9298 3644.
Wed 4 March & Thurs 5 March 2009 6.15 pm 8.00 pm
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour
Source: "Movies by moonlight on board HMAS Vampire" by Shirani Aththas, National Maritime Museum. Read full article at: http://yachte.com.au/news/story.asp?story=16286