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NED KELLY and THE TRUE STORY OF JESSE JAMES

NED KELLY
2:206:1010:00
THE TRUE STORY OF JESSE JAMES
12:304:208:10

Tuesday, July 21

2 films for 1 admission - tickets available at box office only

NED KELLY

(1970, Tony Richardson) “I’ll see you... down there.” As the legendary 19th century Australian Robin Hoodish outlaw, Mick Jagger, sporting a beard, sings “The Wild Colonial Boy,” wears home made plate armor for a final showdown, and delivers a memorable kissoff to his trial judge (the real Ned’s actual words). Filmed on location Down Under by the director of Tom Jones. Approx. 99 min. 35mm.
2:20, 6:10, 10:00

THE TRUE STORY OF JESSE JAMES

(1957, Nicholas Ray) The bullets fly as James Brothers (Robert Wagner’s Jesse and Jeffrey Hunter’s Frank) and their gang run into surprising resistance from the irate citizens of Northfield, Minnesota– and then flashbacks begin, in a ballad-like portrait of a man who falls in love with his own legend. Approx. 92 min. 35mm.
12:30, 4:20, 8:10

“Another of Ray’s hurt heroes– confused, conflicted, contradictory, echoing Rebel Without a Cause.”
– James Quandt