47th Cinema presents rare 16mm prints of 1960's comic book TV!
Comic books in the
middle sixties. Federico Fellini loved them, Andy Warhol and Roy
Lichtenstein were using comic imagery in their work and Pop Art was a
phrase on everyone's lips. Television producers heard the word and
exploited it by creating several new animated and live action TV shows
based on the comics, adapting them with their glib version of the Pop
On glorious 16mm film (and in vibrating primary
colors), we have a mixed group of comically square good guys: The God of
Thunder has a romantic rivalry with another god visiting earth, your
friendly neighborhood web swinger fights a polite lady from outer space
and the caped crusader enters a surfing contest. Vintage super
commercials are mixed in throughout.
Beat the August heat with these cool chunks of 1960's nonsense!