During February, we'll tell you about the fun, educational and/or entertaining events tied to Black History Month, with a best bet pick every day.
Today's installment of the Booth Western Art Museum's Western Movie Days coincides with the museum's exhibit "The Black West: Buffalo Soldiers, Black Cowboys and Untold Stories." At 1:10 p.m., the museum will show the 1938 film "Two-Gun Man from Harlem," a low-budget movie similar to the singing cowboy films of Gene Autry, but with an African-American cast. It is followed at 3 by "The Scalphunters," a film of later vintage that also addresses race relations. The 1968 film was directed by Sydney Pollack and stars Burt Lancaster and Ossie Davis. $8; ages 12 and younger free. 501 Museum Drive, Cartersville. 770-387-1300, www.boothmuseum.org.
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