When: Wed. May 18th, 2005 7:30 pm
Why: Benefiting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Where: CharterCentre Theater
7822 Warner Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
(corner of Beach/Warner) across the street from Huntington Honda
Hosted by On Any Sunday’s motorcycle legend Malcolm Smith, this is a very special, once-in-a-lifetime gathering of those who appeared in the film. We will show “On Any Sunday” in it’s entirety and then you will meet the invited director Bruce Brown and the invited films “stars” including Malcolm, Mert Lawwill, Gene Romero, Eddie Mulder, Skip VanLeeuwen, Keith Mashburn and others who appeared or worked on the film. Remember the kid doing the wheelie on the mini bike? That was multinational champion Jeff Ward and he has R.S.V.P. to attend. We are trying to get all the “bit part” guys there too. Remember the long “out of sight” wheelie? That was Dave Evans (Debbie Evan’s dad) and he has also RSVP’d.After the movie, we will introduce each person who participated in the movie and they will have the opportunity to speak about the making of the movie and answer questions. In addition we will have posters and t-shirts available for purchase and to use for autographs. An Auction of riding gear is also anticipated.There will also be a special pre-movie gathering at old Huntington Honda site (across the street from the theater on Warner) 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. See some very special vintage bikes owned by Tom White and Vintage Iron. Eat next door at Baja Willies or Woody’s Diner and a portion of your bill will be donated to the PBTF. Be sure to tell them you’re with “On Any Sunday”.Click here for a PDF of the entry form.The Orange County Dualies became involved in the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation back in the early 90′s at the 1st Ride for Kids? Dual Sport ride in San Bernardino where we rode sweep. We were introduced to kids who were fighting the terrible disease and our club “adopted” little Michael Hoeflin. Michael passed away a couple of years later and this experience intensified our fund raising efforts. Over the past 10 years we have raised approximately $100,000 to help fund finding a cure. In 1996 I attended the 25th Anniversary of On Any Sunday at the Peterson Museum and thought at that time what fun it was. So we are bringing back a public showing of the movie to the public and gathering up all the people who were in the movie as possible for a reunion. Hope to see you there. It’s gonna be a BLAST!Larry Langley/Founder, Orange County DualiesFor more information on the Orange County Dualies dual sport motorcycle club, visit www.dualies.com.