The Trylon Microcinema

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JOAN VS BETTE

DARK VICTORY

The Heights

Thu May 26 7:30
A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater!
(1939, 35mm, 104m) dir Edmund Goulding w/Bette, George Brent, Humphrey Bogart, Ronald Reagan. When spoiled socialite Judith (Bette) is confronted with a life-threatening illness, her hopes and dreams seem to shatter. But when a dashing brain surgeon comes on the scene, her hopes, and her heart, are reborn.

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ROBERT MITCHUM: CHEAP, FLASH, AND BRILLIANT

THE FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE

The Trylon microcinema

Fri May 27 7:00 9:15
Sat May 28 7:00 9:15
Sun May 29 5:00 7:15

(1973, DCP, 102m) dir Peter Yates w/Peter Boyle, Richard Jordan, Steven Keats. A somber, melancholy masterpiece, The Friends of Eddie Coyle is Mitchum's last great film—unduly ignored when released. When the aging Coyle (Mitchum) is about to go to prison, he fingers a shady gunrunner in hopes of buying his freedom, and then watches helplessly as his wasted life spirals out of control.

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Other programming

THE CAMERAMAN

Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery

Sat May 28 8:30
A Trylon Roadshow at the Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery!
(1928, DVD, 69m) dir Buster Keaton and Edward Sedgwick w/Marceline Day. Keaton’s last great silent comedy. Trying to impress a secretary for MGM Newsreels, Keaton masquerades as a movie cameraman, fumbling and failing before saving a little monkey and emerging as a brilliant photographer. With live musical accompaniment by Dreamland Faces. $8 ($10 at the gate, "doors" open at 7:30)

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B-SHOW BEATDOWN: WRESTLERS ON THE BIG SCREEN

PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE

The Trylon microcinema

Mon May 30 7:00 8:45
Tue May 31 7:00 8:45

(1959, DCP, 79m) dir Edward D. Wood, Jr. w/Tor “The Super Swedish Angel” Johnson. If Plans 1 through 8 don’t succeed, try, try again. Ex-strongman Johnson plays the world’s unlikeliest detective in Ed Wood’s D-grade masterpiece. Though it has long been called “the worst movie ever made,” Plan 9 has nonetheless charmed and amused audiences for more than half a century.
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