Film Screening: "The Ghost Breakers" (1940)

Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard team up again for this mystery, which finds a radio broadcaster, his quaking manservant, and an heiress investigating a haunted castle in Cuba.

October 08 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Learn More + Add to calendar 2018-10-08 6:00:00 PM 2018-10-08 8:00:00 PM America/Mexico_City BB's Stage Door Canteen 945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130 Film Screening: "The Ghost Breakers" (1940) Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard team up again for this mystery, which finds a radio broadcaster, his quaking manservant, and an heiress investigating a haunted castle in Cuba.
Location: BB's Stage Door Canteen
945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard team up again for this mystery, which finds a radio broadcaster, his quaking manservant, and an heiress investigating a haunted castle in Cuba.

Directed by George Marshall, this American comedy abounds with romance, comedy, and chills!

After the film, dance with us as a Latin band plays festive tunes into the night!

Drink Special: Cuba Libre
Free Snack: Plantains

Happy Hour Film Series:

In conjunction with the Museum’s new special exhibit, So Ready for Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope, on display in The Joe W. and Dorothy D. Brown Foundation Special Exhibit Gallery from May 25, 2018, through February 10, 2019, we will be hosting a free film series on select Monday evenings in BB’s Stage Door Canteen from May 14 through December 3, featuring classic Bob Hope films from 1939–1955.

In addition to the film screenings, themed drinks will be offered from The American Sector Restaurant & Bar, treats will be offered on special months, and free tickets to BB’s Stage Door Canteen shows will be raffled off. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and all free screenings start at 6:00 p.m.

Embrace your inner cinephile and check out these classic flicks with us! No RSVP necessary.

The story of how Bob Hope gave levity and laughter to troops during one of the most brutal conflicts in human history is a crucial component of the history of the war—and a demonstration of how humanity can shine through in the darkest of times. The National WWII Museum is proud to have this program supported by the Bob & Dolores Hope Foundation.