The Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway classic "Bonnie and Clyde" will be on the big screen this Saturday night at the Texas Theatre, coinciding with the anniversary of the ambush of the two infamous Oak Cliff outlaws ($8 admission).
Then on Monday, don’t miss the Dallas Historical Society’s tour of famous spots identified withe the duo (read the list of locations after the jump; $50 per person).
The Belmont Hotel just slashed its prices for the Memorial Day weekend to $89 for a standard room (ask for the friends and family discount), and anyone who books the hotel Saturday or Sunday night is also invited to attend the hotel’s pool party on Sunday from 1-5 p.m., where a DJ will be spinning tunes, and guests can order up hot dogs and hamburgers (meat or veggie) and frozen margaritas.
Dallas Historical Society Bonnie and Clyde tour: The last remaining building in Dallas where Bonnie worked as a young "porcelain skinned" waitress; where Clyde was hustled away daily by the "Laws" and the location of an attempted ambush of Bonnie and Clyde at Esters Road and Highway 183. The tour Participants will also visit a "safe house" where a gunfight broke out between Clyde Barrow and six officers in 1933, the site of the Barrows’ Star Service station as well as the graves of both Bonnie and Clyde.
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