John Putch’s Route 30 Trilogy of films returns to Totem Pole for an outdoor summer movie series. Join us under the stars and on the lawn at Totem Pole for these special reprise screenings.
Shot entirely on location in Franklin and Adams counties, John Putch’s Route 30 Trilogy is both heartfelt and quirky. A love letter to Putch’s home town, it’ll tug at your heartstrings and make you laugh out loud. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy these award-winning films on the big screen this summer!
Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the evening’s feature under the stars!
Please follow CDC guidelines for masking and social distancing while on Totem Pole grounds. You cooperation is appreciated!
Three interconnecting stories from the Lincoln Highway in South Central
- ‘Deer Hunters Wives’ tells of the frustrations of Civil War tour guide
Mandy, who obsesses on Jennie Wade, the only civilian killed at the battle
of Gettysburg. While her friend June struggles with an internet porn
scheme to make extra money.
- ‘What I B’lieve focuses on a man (KEVIN RAHM) who seeks the help of a
Christian Scientist (WIL LOVE) to heal his back pain and explain the Big
Foot that chased him down the mountainside.
- ‘Original Bill’ is the story of a writer (DAVID DeLUISE) who buys a
farmhouse in the country hoping to find unique inspiration to write his
novel. He is sidetracked by his Amish neighbor (DANA DELANY), who
smokes, drinks, swears and secretly watches his TV.
89 min – Comedy – R