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Columbia 3-D Thursdays at Film Forum

Thursday, March 4, 7:30 PM

Winter 2004
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Film Forum, 209 West Houston Street, just west of 6th Avenue
Free to renewing NYSS Members; Guests $10

Columbia 3-D Thursdays at Film Forum

New York Stereoscopic Society members are invited to the opening night of this 6-week festival of 3-D films. Director of Repertory Programming Bruce Goldstein will welcome us and introduce the festival’s program. The films are new 35mm restorations of Columbia’s 3-D classics, and will be shown in Film Forum’s renowned double projector 3-D system. The March 4 program includes Gun Fury and the 3 Stooges riot, Pardon My Backfire.

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Gun Fury (1953, Raoul Walsh)
A lively Western, with Arizona locations in stunning stereo — effects not fully appreciated by one-eyed director Walsh. With Rock Hudson, Donna Reed, Lee Marvin and Neville Brand.

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Pardon My Backfire (1953, Jules White)
3 STOOGES 3-D! When escaped criminals invade their garage, knuckleheads Moe, Larry and Shemp have a whole arsenal of tools to throw at them — and you!

In order to reserve one free ticket to the 7:30pm March 4 screening, 2004 membership renewal must be received by February 26. Please use the Membership Form here.

Please Note: 3-D screenings at Film Forum often sell out. It is advisable to purchase advance tickets for other films in the schedule at www.filmforum.com (NYSS members will receive more information about another special presentation on the closing night of the festival, April 8.)

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