Get Your Caboose to License to Murder on the Thunder Mountain Line 

Saturday, July 28

Paying tribute to the 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise, River City Entertainment, in conjunction with Thunder Mountain Line, presents the who-done-it play on a train License to Murder, with a production Saturday, July 28.

Don't expect to sit back and wait for the murderer to be revealed—be ready to interact with the characters during the train ride, which lasts approximately three hours and winds along the picturesque Payette River.

Dinner will be served on the train and a full menu is available on the Thunder Mountain Line website.

The plot of License to Murder swirls around the mystery of Otto Caprelli, a famous Italian film director and beloved character from River City's 2009 production of King Kong. In License to Murder, Caprelli is the director of a big-budget James Bomb 0077 film, but when the actor playing the film's criminal mastermind is killed by an actual criminal mastermind, Bomb is placed in a classic James Bond scenario.

Audiences should expect gadgets and glamour typically associated with Bond, including the trademark gorgeous Bond girl--or, in this case a Bomb girl—and a replica of Bond's famous Walther PPK pistol.

Advanced registration is required. Another installment of License to Murder will take place Saturday, Sept. 29.

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