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Local filmmaker and founder of the West Coast Film Festival, Robert Kline, will premiere his documentary The Reagans-The Lagacy Endures Oct. 30 at Regency Theatre. Photo: Courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Local filmmaker and founder of the West Coast Film Festival, Robert Kline, will premiere his documentary The Reagans-The Legacy Endures Oct. 30 at Regency Theatre. Photo: Courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

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Take a journey through the personal and political lives of former-President Ronald and wife Nancy Reagan on Thursday, Oct. 30 as local resident, filmmaker and the documentary’s writer and director Robert Kline premieres The Reagans-The Legacy Endures.

Kline’s latest documentary chronicles the 40th president’s personal life from his relationships with his children to the unique partnership he and the First Lady, Nancy, had behind closed White House doors. Through the film, Kline explores Reagan’s other jobs as father, husband and friend while discovering the reasons his political legacy endures some 24 years after he left the presidency and 10 years after his death.

The event begins at 7 p.m. at Regency Theatre, located at 26762 Verdugo St. in San Juan Capistrano. The film’s premier will be followed by a question and answer session with Kline, who along with Stephanie Heredia, produced JFK Remembered: 50 Years Later, which premiered last November one day before the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination.

Tickets are $26. The documentary’s runtime is 90 minutes. Visit, www.regencymovies.com for tickets.

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