Monthly Screening


June 24th, 2022 @7:00PM Johnson Farm Archival Building Anderson Island, Washington. Our Island transports to 1960’s Belleville, New Jersey where we find Frankie Castelluccio, aka Frankie Valli, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi looking to make it out of Belleville by becoming famous recording artists.

Frankie has the voice of an angel, and Tommy has the swagger and knows how to work the system. It doesn’t hurt that Tommy is in with big shots like mobster Gyp de Carlo. But it’s not until they invite songwriter/keyboard player Bob Gaudio to join them that the group is able to find “their sound.” Once aided by their producer, Bob Crewe they truly become the Four Seasons. 

Then the hits start charting: “Sherry,” “Walk Like a Man,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.” Jersey pride runs through their veins as thick as talent does, but the road to success is paved by disappointments, heartache, and secrets in this film.

The film takes off when one character says, “all there was was the music.” Then the film shifts into high gear taking the audience into the group’s lows and it soars with its highs, all while hearing that familiar soundtrack that will likely unleash your own memories. The movie soundtrack includes:

December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night)
My Mother’s Eyes
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love 
Sunday Kind of Love 
Mood for Love
Cry For Me
Big Girls Don’t Cry
Walk Like A Man
My Boyfriend’s Back
My Eyes Adored You
Dawn (Go Away)
Big Man In Town
Medley: Stay / Let’s Hang On! / Opus 17 (Don’t You Worry ‘Bout Me) / Bye Bye Baby
C’mon Marianne
Can’t Take My Eyes Off You
Working My Way Back To You
Fallen Angel
Who Loves You

When the credits roll you’ll get out of your seats not to leave but to sing along with the cast as they take a bow while singing Sherry, Dawn (Go Away) and Rag Doll.

We look forward to seeing you Friday June 24 @7pm at Johnson Farm Archival Building for this FREE high energy, fun film with the soundtrack of all our lives. DONATIONS ACCEPTED AND APPRECIATED.

This film is rated R for language.