Seeley Lake Historic Film Club

Roughly once per month a small film club meets in the hayloft of the Seeley Lake Historic Museum for a curated selection of films with one common theme, a connection to the state of Montana.

"We've done writings of a well-known Missoula writer named Dorothy M. Johnson, three of whose books were made into movies," said Tom Browder, who organizes the event and is part of deciding which films to show.

Johnson, who was a prolific author of western-themed books, and an instructor at the University of Montana's School of journalism wrote the source material for The Hanging Tree (1959), The Man Who S...

 

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