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Columbian offers family fun shows starting tonight

Starting tonight and running through next Thursday at The Columbian Theatre, the early movie is 'Barnyard: The Original Party Animals', a movie kids are sure to enjoy.

Also starting Friday we have 'Little Man'. A crime comedy, 'Little Man' is rated PG-13 andwill play nightly at 8:00 and Sunday Matinee at 4:00 pm only.

Down on the Farm synopsis: the farmer thinks he's in charge, keeping all the animals safe and sound. But when the farmer is out of sight, the lookout sheep shouts "Clear!" and all of the barnyard animals spring up on two legs, walk, talk, watch TV, and orchestrate practical jokes. This movie is rated PG and will play nightly at 6:00 and Sunday Matinee at 2:00 PM only.

To learn more about the Historic downtown theater, click on the "ShowMe Columbia" link in the site menu.

This story was posted on 2006-08-18 10:27:59
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