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A Boy and His Dog, Wed February 11
2009, 7:00 & 9:00

Dog Helps Man in Post-Apocalyptic Seventies Sci-Fi Flick

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A Boy and His Dog
Dog Helps Man in Post-Apocalyptic Seventies Sci-Fi Flick
Wed February 11
2009, 7:00 & 9:00

In 2024, following World War IV's devastation, young Vic (Don Johnson) is reduced with other survivors to scavenging for scraps and sex, with the help and sardonic patter of his dog, Blood. An infertile underground society reels him in to help them perpetuate their race, much to his chagrin. Director L.Q. Jones was a classic and busy Hollywood character actor long before and after he took a shot at directing sci-fi with this post-apocalyptic tale. Jones adapted the screenplay from a Harlan Ellison novella, adding a controversial closing line. New 35 mm print.

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