FANS of screen legend Doris Day, who died earlier this week aged 97, will be able to see her on the big screen and sing-a-long in Skipton this weekend for a showing of one of her biggest hits, Calamity Jane.

The 1953 classic is part of the Hinterlands Rural Film Festival which runs from tomorrow (Thursday) until Sunday, celebrating international green and rural themed films.

Calamity Jane, which also stars Howard Keel, will be shown at the Plaza Cinema at 10am on Saturday and the audience will be encouraged to join in with well known songs, such as The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away) and Secret Love.

Hinterlands is a collaboration between Wild Rumpus, the producers of Just So Festival and Timber Festival, and the Great Place: Lakes and Dales project which seeks to use culture, heritage and the arts to encourage more young people to live and work in the area.

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