“A Salute to Peter Bogdanovich Double Bill”
Wednesday, January, 18

Legendary filmmaker and film historian Peter Bogdanovich will be on hand, IN PERSON, presenting a 35mm double bill of the 45th Anniversary of “What’s Up, Doc?” and the 25th Anniversary of “Noises Off!” Grab your tickets fast! Q&A will be held in between films by MiDNiTES FOR MANiACS’ host Jesse Hawthorne Ficks and will explore Bogdanovich’s everlasting love for Screwball Comedies and his very own brand of cinematic solace.

What's Up Doc?
7:00 pm

Released in 1972, Rated PG

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 7:00pm at The SF Alamo Drafthouse
Directed by Peter Bogdanovich

Script by Peter Bogdanovich & Buck Henry
w/ Barbra Streisand, Ryan O’Neal, Madeline Kahn, Austin Pendleton, Michael Murphy, Kenneth Mars, Randy Quaid

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Combining the classic 1930s Screwball Comedies with Warner Brothers’ Looney Tunes cartoons, this ultimate ode to the streets of San Francisco must be seen in a packed movie house to be truly experienced! Showcasing one of Barbra Streisand’s most charming performances, as well as memorable roles by Madeline Kahn & Ryan O’Neil, this is pure comedic magic and has only grown funnier over the years. 1972, 94min. 35mm.

Noises Off!
9:30 pm

Released in 1992, Rated PG

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 7:00pm at The Alamo Drafthouse SF
Directed by Peter Bogdanovich.
w/ Carol Burnett, Michael Caine, Denholm Elliott, Julie Hagerty, Marilu Henner, Mark Linn-Baker, Christopher Reeve, John Ritter, Nicollette Sheridan

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One of Peter Bogdanovich’s most underrated gems is celebrating its 25th Anniversary! This uniquely adapted movie of Michael Frayn’s 1982 play-within-a-play, is filmed… like a play(!) Come re-evaluate this truly hilarious satire of the stage, predating and perhaps influencing Woody Allen’s BULLETS OVER BROADWAY and Christopher Guest’s WAiTiNG FOR GUFFMAN. Classic comedic performances by Carol Burnett, Michael Caine, John Ritter and the almighty Julie Hagerty. This loving tribute to “The Stage” (and tearing people’s clothes off) has the power to spin frenetic circles around you. 1992. 103 minutes. 35mm.

(NOTE: Special surprise following the screening!)