M*A*S*H & BREWSTER MCCLOUD
Saturday, February 9
(1970, Robert Altman) Surgical hijinks, as ace Army cutters Donald Sutherland, Elliot Gould, and Tom Skerritt subvert the Korean War, drive Robert Duvall nuts, check out Sally Kellerman’s natural hair color, and have fun with syringes during an epic football game. Oscar-winning screenplay by Ring Lardner Jr. DCP. Approx. 116 min.
(1970, Robert Altman) In the then-wondrous Houston Astrodome’s fallout shelter, Bud Cort (Harold and Maude) is building massive wings to take an indoor flight, watched over by mysterious protector Sally Kellerman; spoilsports tend to end up bird-poop-strewn corpses. Altman’s quirkiest movie, complete with Bullitt parody, ornithology lecturer René Auberjonois, and Shelly Duvall in her film (and Altman) debut. 35mm. Approx. 105 min.