Old fashioned western to show
Roy Rogers is the star of this week's P.A. Movie Time on Saturday, Jan. 10.
The free showing of "Carson City Kid," will be in the city council chambers inside the Civic Center, 710 W. Ave. A.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the movie will begin at 6:55 p.m.
Sponsored by the City of Port Aransas Parks and Recreation, the movie is open to everyone.
Popcorn and lemonade are served at no cost. Participants may bring any non-alcoholic beverage of their choosing.
The movie description posted by Oldies.com says "Feared throughout the west, the Carson City Kid arrives in California during the gold rush, striking fear into the hearts of settlers. But there's something strange about the crimes he commits - he steals horses during stagecoach hold-ups only to return them to their owners with notes of apology. His sharpshooting earns him a job at the biggest saloon in town. It soon becomes apparent to The Kid that the bar's owner, Lee Jessup, is running a crooked operation. Jessup fixes card games, abuses his star performer and kills without mercy. Outraged, The Kid stands up to Lee and is promptly fired. In a dramatic confrontation between the two gunslingers, the Carson City Kid reveals the real reason behind his arrival and the ultimate score he has to settle."