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What do you give the guy who has everything on Father’s Day? A new tie is definitely out of the question. Ditto a corny Hallmark card. But a horror movie would be nice. Or two. Or three.

This Sunday, the Museum of the Moving Image presents Horror Father’s Day, a special screening of three feature films starring scary dads. The Night of the Hunter kicks off the fun at 2 pm. This 1955 masterpiece stars Robert Mitchum as a creepy preacher/serial killer who does a prison stretch. Once free, he tracks down a condemned inmate’s family in an attempt to find some allegedly hidden money.

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Van Morrison, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Met Opera stars, and the Muppets are the world famous celebrities providing entertainment and enrichment in the borough this week. Other possibilities are a LEGO fest, comedy, seniors singing Broadway, a Summer Solstice event, and an International Yoga Day gala. Here’s the rundown.

June 18, Music Under the 7 Train, 6:30 pm. The Street Beat Brass Band presents a multicultural program of brass-based and street-based music from various parts of the world. Free. Bliss Plaza, Queens Boulevard and 46th Street under the 7 train station, Sunnyside.

June 18, Big Band Music, 6:30 pm. New York City Swing plays big band favorites by Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, and Duke Ellington. Free. Queens Library’s Howard Beach Branch, 92-06 156th Avenue, Howard Beach.