The Texarkana Museums System will present "Moonlight & Movies" on the Ace of Clubs lawn Friday at 7PM. The movie is Murder On The Orient Express and it is free to the public.

The Ace of Clubs house will hold this movie on their lawn under their large fans to keep the movie goers cool. They'll also offer refreshments.

For those of you unfamiliar with this classic, here is the official trailer for the movie.

Here is a little plot synopsis from the Internet Movie Database.

In 1935, when his train is stopped by deep snow, detective Hercule Poirot is called on to solve a murder that occurred in his car the night before.

The Draughon-Moore Ace of Clubs House is at 420 Pine Street on the Texas side. Built in 1885 by a native Tennessean, James Harris Draughon, its shape mimics the playing card form. It is an Italianate Victorian two-story brick home with a rectangular wing and three octagonal wings. A 20-foot tower and a spiral staircase add to the home’s uniqueness. Legend has it that the house’s shape commemorates the winning card in a game that helped Draughon fund his ventures.

The home’s second owner, William Lowndes Whitaker, Sr., resided there from 1887-94 when attorney Henry Moore, Sr. purchased it. A kitchen wing and bathroom were added in the early 1900s. When Henry Moore, Jr. married Olivia Smith of Tyler, Texas, in 1920, they took up residence in the home. The younger Moore died in 1942, but his widow continued to live in the house until her death in 1985.