Bistro Bohem will screen "Lemonade Joe" (Limonádový Joe) on May 16, 2017, at 7 pm, as part of the ongoing film and beer series. In this musical comedy satirizing the American Western genre, clean-cut gunfighter Lemonade Joe takes on a town full of whiskey-drinking cowboys.
Straight shooting Lemonade Joe cleans up Stetson City, in this musical parody of early Westerns, after shooting the pants off villain Old Pistol. Joe’s endorsement of Kolaloka (Crazy Cola) lemonade as the refresher that assures deadly aim, convinces the Arizona sin-town to abstain from alcohol. The film was based on the 1963 Czech stage production. Meanwhile, Trigger Whiskey maker Duke Badman’s brother, the devious gunslinger Hogofogo, comes to save his sibling’s saloon from Joe’s allies, father and daughter temperance revivalists, the Goodmans.
Date: May 16, 2017, 7 pm
Location: Bistro Bohem
600 Florida Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008
202/735-5895 or firstname.lastname@example.org | Admission is free!
Guests must arrive by 6:45 pm to keep their reservation.
About the series: This marks the sixth year of the Film and Beer Series at Bistro Bohem. This year, the series focuses on Czech musicals and comedies of the twentieth century. All films will screen in Czech with English subtitles. Each screening includes one free beer as well as an introduction by a representative from the Czech Embassy. All screenings are subject to change.
June 20, 7 pm: A Night at Karlstejn | Noc na Karlštejně
Director: Zdeněk Podskalský, 1974, 85 min., Czech w/English subtitle
This event is part of the European Month of Culture (EUMC). Now in its fifth year, EUMC is a month-long festival of innovative and creative events for the American public highlighting the diverse cultures of all 28 European Union Member countries. Enjoy film, dance, music, theatre, exhibits, language classes, workshops and more in great venues throughout Washington DC. Most events are free! To see all EUMC events, click here.