Shabba Doo Tribute Film
This film is a part of our Popcorn Flicks series, which takes place in Central Park, Winter Park once a month and it’s FREE and open to the public! Presented by Computer Business Consultants, Inc.
Advanced registration is requested. Check back here for the RSVP link to reserve your free, socially-distanced, 10’x10′ movie space. Up to 6 people per party.
Attendees are encouraged to participate in the Curbside To-Go program to grab a meal to enjoy in the park during the movie. City staff will be present to remind attendees to keep a safe social distance. Masks are encouraged and hand washing stations will be available. No popcorn will be handed out at this event in an effort to minimize contact. A list of participating Curbside To-Go restaurants can be found here.
Disappointed with her small part in the chorus line of a Los Angeles show, jazz dancer Kelly (Lucinda Dickey) quits and heads home. Her father (John Christy Ewing) disapproves of Kelly’s friendship with street dancers Ozone (Adolfo “Shabba-Doo” Quinones) and Turbo (Michael “Boogaloo Shrimp” Chambers), and encourages her to pursue an opportunity to perform in Paris. Ignoring his wishes, Kelly teams up with her friends for a break-dancing benefit show to save an endangered community center.
USA, 1984, 94 minutes, Rated PG, Directed by Sam Firstenberg