'The Yellow Canary' (1963) and 'Assault on a Queen' (1966)
Friday, September 14, 2012
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm, UCLA Hammer Museum - Billy Wilder Theater
Rod Serling: Other Dimensions
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$9 General Admission.
Free admission on 8/26, 9/8
The Yellow Canary (1963) Director Buzz Kulik and Serling collaborated on numerous classic "Twilight Zone" episodes and the 1972 dramatic TV special "A Storm in Summer." Here, they create high drama around a profligate rock musician (Pat Boone) on a mission to find his kidnapped son. Estranged from his wife (Barbara Eden) and most of his friends, the self-centered philanderer must martial his manhood to solve the crime, put his life in order and save his child.
Assault on a Queen (1966): In this Ocean’s Eleven-style caper (with a Duke Ellington score), Frank Sinatra stars as a former submarine officer leading small band of misfit adventurers. When the gang’s attempt to locate lost treasure leads them to a sunken World War II German U-Boat, they recover and refurbish the vessel with an eye to high-jacking the Queen Mary on the open sea.
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