Kansas City – Win Passes to Attend An Evening With Richard Dreyfuss

Long time readers know how much the Mikes love the movie JAWS. Well now we want to share that love with our Kansas City area fans by giving them the opportunity to an amazing evening “Jawing” with Academy Award winner Richard Dreyfuss.

Richard Dreyfuss with his Oscar – named Best Actor of 1977 for “The Goodbye Girl”

The event, which will be moderated by Media Mike’s own Mike Smith, will be held on Thursday, April 4th at the Carlsen Center at Johnson County Community College. After the event, stay and enjoy a screening of the greatest film ever made (ok, I’m biased), JAWS.

Our friends at J & S Promotions has given us passes for (5) lucky readers and a guest to attend the event. All you have to do is let us know below your favorite Richard Dreyfuss film. Five random comments will be chosen and will receive a pass for (2) to attend the event. This giveaway will end on Sunday, March 31st at 6:00 p.m. Winners will be notified by email.

To purchase tickets to the event – including a Platinum VIP Package which puts you in the green room with Mr. Dreyfuss, click HERE. Good Luck!

“American Graffiti”

33 Replies to “Kansas City – Win Passes to Attend An Evening With Richard Dreyfuss”

  1. Would love to see Richard Dreyfuss live. He’s always been one of my favorites from American Graffiti to Jaws.

  2. Jaws. We had two ” age inappropriate” birthdays for our son, and his first was Jaws. The second was The Big Lebowski.

  3. One of my all time favorite Richard Dreyfuss films is Close Encounter of the Third Kind. I love Jaws too!

  4. I loved American Graffiti, but the first movie that came to mind was Mr. Holland’s Opus. My mom had that on VHS and I watched it dozens of times as a kid! I loved the music and time period. That movie is also the reason I know what an “opus” is. It would be really neat to hear the stories about the making of Jaws… my parents remember going to see that movie in theatres and how scared all the young viewers were!

  5. Jaws! When I saw it the first time when I was just 15 years old at the old Midland Theater in Downtown Kansas City…I found it Creepy! Knowing I was visiting my Aunt and Uncle on the Beach later that summer…I stayed close…very close to the shore body surfing!

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