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- September 06, 1999
- Vol. 52
- No. 9
Fans Flock to Baltimore's Little Italy to Watch Movies Flickering Down from John Pente's Spare Bedroom
Every Friday since early July, the street lights of Baltimore's Little Italy dim after dusk as spectators settle into folding chairs. Then a shaft of light flickers from Pente's third floor, splashing movies including Rocky, Moonstruck and, of course, Cinema Paradiso onto the blank billboard across Stiles Street. For months local restaurateurs had planned to use the billboard for advertising, and that didn't sit well in the neighborhood. But peace was restored when they decided to host an alfresco film festival instead. Now up to 1,300 viewers pack the streets each week. Says Pente, 89: "It makes it a great neighborhood again."
A widower who retired from repairing electronic equipment in 1972, Pente gladly agreed to let the organizers of the free film series park a projector in his ideally located spare bedroom. After all, it gives him the best seat in the house. "When you look out your window and see more than a thousand people in your backyard," he says, "it's a beautiful sight."
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