Poncan Theater Presents “The Dirty Dozen”

Mike Seals - November 10, 2020 9:31 am

Christopher Radaker-James, director of the Poncan Theater was in studio today to talk about the upcoming presentation of the classic film “The Dirty Dozen.” On Saturday, November 14th, The Emporium and Gift Shoppe will sponsor the showing.

The movie was inspired by the story of Ponca City’s own late Jake McNeice. Friends of McNeice will be on-hand prior to the showing for a Q&A about this amazing man and his exploits.

Admission is free to Veterans and Military. Regular admission is only $1.00.

Showings are at 2 and 7 p.m., Saturday, Nov 14th at The Poncan Theater at 104 E. Grand.

Pictured below, Poncan Theater Director Christopher Radaker-James


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