Steamboat Bill Jr. is a 1928 feature-length comedy silent film featuring Buster Keaton. Released by United Artists, the film is the last product of Keaton’s independent production team and set of gag writers. Willie is the effete son of riverboat captain “Steamboat Bill” coming to see his dad after years of separation. Bill tries to turn his son into a man. When his father is arrested, Willie decides to get him out of jail. (6:30PM)
1341 Vine Street, Hollywood
Enter from Homewood Avenue (turn west off Vine Street).
Parking is located behind the Pickford Center. Enter from Homewood Avenue off Vine Street, one block north of Fountain Avenue. The lot opens 90 minutes prior to the event and closes a half hour afterwards.
- Gates 6:30 p.m.
- Screenings at sunset
- Lawn seating
- Be sure to dress warmly, and bring a blanket or low lawn chair.
- Picnic baskets, beer, and wine permitted.
- Smoking is not permitted.
- No pets (service dogs allowed).
- Tickets available here.