“Route 30″ film at Ligonier this weekend

Route 30: Three Stories, One Highway, a film written, produced, and directed by John Putch, will be shown in Ligonier, Pa., this weekend at the Ligonier Theater, 210 W. Main St. Times are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

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Route 30 features three interconnecting comedic stories. The cast of 15 includes TV stars Dana Delaney, Dave Delouise, and Ed Gotwalt of Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum (below, in his own poster pose).  The film was shot in October 2007 between Chambersburg and Gettysburg, mostly along the Lincoln Highway/US 30.  Putch is the son of Bill Putch and Jean Stapleton, best known as Edith Bunker of All in the Family. The two founded Totem Pole Playhouse along US 30 in Caledonia State Park,  between Chambersburg and Gettysburg, and so is where Putch spent his youth. Mister Ed was a regular performer there too.

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For more info call (724) 238-6514 or visit www.Route30movie.com.

It will also be shown in Connecticut at the Kent Film Festival on Friday, March 27.

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