A Thousand Cuts: Rare Clips From Collectors And Dealers
February 23 only
Authors Dennis Bartok and Jeff Joseph IN PERSON!
A 90 minute program of rarities assembled by motion picture archivist Jeff Joseph, including 1949 footage of Alfred Hitchcock leaving for England to direct Stage Fright (found in a New Jersey attic); two-color Technicolor footage of the Marx Brothers shooting Animal Crackers in 1930; the last surviving film of both Greta Garbo and Humphrey Bogart for never-completed projects; ultra-rare commercials and PSAs including comedians Mike Nichols & Elaine May explaining why we should file our taxes (recently found in a garage in Inglewood, California); actress Judy Garland’s costume tests for Valley of the Dolls before she dropped out of the film; a charming Bela Lugosi interviewed at home in 1931, the year Dracula was released and more!
Authors Dennis Bartok and Jeff Joseph will sign copies of their new book A Thousand Cuts: the Bizarre Underground World of Collectors and Dealers Who Saved the Movies (Univ. Press of Mississippi) prior to the screening. Doors at 6:00. Signing at 6:30. Show at 7:30.
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