Series: Repressed Cinema
A misfit coffeeshop busboy rises to stardom in Roger Corman’s black comedy cult classic. Told against a backdrop of late ’50s skid row Los Angeles, beatnik culture is displayed vibrantly for the ages, and Dick Miller gives one of his most memorable performances as aspiring artist Walter Paisley. Shot in five days on a minuscule budget, this film has spawned a stage play and a remake. Don't miss this great opportunity to see the original on film!Underground comics will be for sale in the lobby, as usual.