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All screenings are free, and, unless otherwise noted, will be shown by video projection as part of the Chicago Park District's "Movies in the Parks" series. See listings for capsule reviews. Films marked with an asterisk (*) are highly recommended.

Daddy Day Care

Shabbona Park, 6935 W. Addison, Friday, July 23, 8:30, 773-685-6205; Seward Park, 375 W. Elm, Thursday, July 29, 8:30, 312-742-7895


Kilbourn Park, 3501 N. Kilbourn, Saturday, July 24, 8:30, 773-685-3351

A League of Their Own

Mann Park, 3035 E. 103rd, Saturday, July 24, 8:15, 773-646-0210

* Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Oriole Park, 5430 N. Olcott, Thursday, July 29, 8:30, 773-631-6197

Mi Puerto Rico

Humboldt Park, 1400 N. Sacramento, Saturday, July 24, 8:00, 312-742-7549

* Mister Smith Goes to Washington

Presented as part of the city of Chicago's Outdoor Film Festival. To be projected from film on a large screen with high-fidelity sound. Grant Park, Lake Shore Drive & Monroe, Tuesday, July 27, 8:46, 312-744-3370

Peter Pan

Horner Park, 2741 W. Montrose, Friday, July 23, 8:30, 773-478-3499

* Shrek

Roosevelt Park, 62 W. Roosevelt, Friday, July 23, 8:00, 312-742-7648; Jackson Park, 6401 S. Stony Island, Wednesday, July 28, 8:00, 773-256-0903


Munroe Park, 2617 W. 105th, Thursday, July 29, 9:00, 312-747-6561

* The Wizard of Oz

River Park, 5100 N. Francisco, Sunday, July 25, 8:30, 312-742-7516

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