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Film: Ernest Borgnine on the Bus

Sunday Sojourn Cinema Series
Sunday, 7/3/2022
2:00 - 3:00
Potrero Meeting Room
Potrero
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1616 20th Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
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Fodor's, Lonely Planet and Rick Steves travel guides are flying from library shelves. To encourage patron wanderlust, Potrero Branch presents, Ernest Borgnine on the Bus, the third film of its Sunday Sojourn Cinema Series.

Selected for the Fourth of July, Ernest Borgnine (Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale of the television series, McHale's Navy), commands viewers to join his exploration of the Midwest of the U.S.A. via his custom-made, luxury motor home, The Sunbum.

G, 45 min., 1997.

Director: Jeff Krulik

Stars: Ernest Borgnine, Cris Borgnine, The Sunbum (a 1973 Prevost bus)

Third film of the Sunday Sojourn Cinema Series, Potrero Branch, June 12–August 28, 2022

A vagabond-spirited door prize will be raffled off when the film ends.


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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


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