Female Trouble / Heavy Traffic in 35mm - X-Rated Series!

 

X-Rated Double Feature! Director John Waters’ FEMALE TROUBLE is a certifiable classic of politically incorrect, trailer-trash culture starring drag queen supreme Divine in a dual role. Ralph Bakshi's animated HEAVY TRAFFIC offers up a highly personalized view of urban America through Michael, a down-and-out cartoonist.

Patrons attending this screening can enter to win two tickets to Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert at the Hollywood Bowl on August 4th! All you have to do is fill out a drawing slip in the lobby.

35 mm!
FEMALE TROUBLE
1975, New Line Cinema, 89 min, USA, Dir: John Waters
Director John Waters’ follow-up to PINK FLAMINGOS, FEMALE TROUBLE is in many ways even more outrageous, a certifiable classic of politically incorrect, trailer-trash culture. Drag queen supreme Divine stars in a double role as juvenile delinquent-turned-sociopathic killer Dawn Davenport and macho loser Earl. Like Russ Meyers’ FASTER PUSSYCAT! KILL! KILL!, FEMALE TROUBLE offers up more than its share of classic lines and bizarre, demented images. If you’ve only seen Waters’ later films such as HAIRSPRAY and PECKER, come get yourself an education on one of the subversive giants of American independent filmmaking!

35 mm!
HEAVY TRAFFIC
1973, Park Circus/MGM, 77 min, USA, Dir: Ralph Bakshi
The roaring follow-up to FRITZ THE CAT, HEAVY TRAFFIC offers up another highly personalized view of urban America, this time centered on Michael, a down-and-out cartoonist drowning in the sounds of the city around him - pimps, pushers, provocateurs and more.

No one under 17 admitted.
  • Egyptian Theatre
    6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
  • Saturday Jul 22
    7:30pm-10pm
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