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Flies By Night 

Thursday, Sep 4 2008
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To generate buzz for the LA Opera's production of Howard Shore's The Fly, directed by David Cronenberg, the opera company and American Cinematheque co-presents an original The Fly double feature. First, before there was Jeff Goldblum, there was Vincent Price in Kurt Neumann's The Fly (1958). Plus, the speedy sequel Return of the Fly (1959, Edward Bernds). Discussion between films with actors David Hedison and Brett Halsey.
Tue., Sept. 9, 7:30 p.m., 2008
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