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  • HAROLD AND MAUDE
  • WHERE’S POPPA?
PREVIOUSLY PLAYED

WHERE’S POPPA? & HAROLD AND MAUDE

Thursday, February 14

DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

HAROLD AND MAUDE

12:30   4:05   7:40 

(1972, Hal Ashby) Death-obsessed teenager Harold (Bud Cort) meets 79-year-old Maude (Ruth Gordon) at a funeral, sparking one of the oddest romances in screen history. Ignored upon initial release, it became the cult movie of the 70s and beyond. DCP.

WHERE’S POPPA?

2:20   5:55   9:30  

(1970, Carl Reiner) “Is that a tush!” Exasperated son George Segal can’t stop insane Jewish mother Ruth Gordon from kissing his behind, while gorilla-suited brother Ron Liebman finds his true love in Central Park. “Works from the firm conviction that everyone in New York City is insane.” – Variety. 35mm. Approx 82 min.

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