Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028 Map
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Events at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood

Fri, Sep 23, 2016 • 7:30pm

Ex-military officer Col. John Hogan (David Campbell) runs a training camp for mercenaries and uses kidnapped civilians as practice targets - but runs into trouble when he picks on steel-abbed Marine vet Mike Danton (Ted Prior) in one of the most hilariously over-the-top RAMBO knock-offs of the 1980s. Introduction by wrestler Paul London.

Fri, Sep 23, 2016 • 7:30pm

Members can get 2 free tickets to this event at the box office. Join us for a program of rarities that 35mm and 16mm film dealers and collectors have rescued from obscurity. Discussion following with Dennis Bartok and Jeff Joseph, who will sign their new book, A Thousand Cuts: The Bizarre Underground World of Collectors and Dealers Who Saved the Movies, in the lobby at 6:30 PM.

Sat, Sep 24, 2016 • 7:30pm

Join us for another trip into the Cinematic Void! In this gory delight, theatergoers attending a zombie movie find themselves under attack by real zombies.

Free to Members!
Sat, Sep 24, 2016 • 7:30pm

This comedy web series follows a struggling actor, whose stint on a cult TV series has led him to the sci-fi convention circuit. Free to current American Cinematheque Members; tickets available at box office on day of show.

Art Deco Society Illustrated Lectures 2016
In Person Guest!
Sun, Sep 25, 2016 • 2:00pm

Join us for an illustrated presentation by author Mark A. Vieira on Clifton’s Cafeteria founder Clifford Clinton’s fight with corruption in Los Angeles, followed by the film inspired by those real-life events, film noir classic THE BIG HEAT. In 1937, flush with the success of his restaurant business, Clifford Clinton challenged corruption in city hall. As a result, the police chief, the district attorney, and the mayor conspired to silence him.

In Person Guests!
Sun, Sep 25, 2016 • 7:30pm

This event is now sold out - there will be a standby line. Rare Screening! This unsold pilot about a folk-rock trio in New York City offers a somewhat more serious take on youth culture and rock music than “The Monkees.” Panel discussion follows with Chris Ducey, Don Glut (of the Penny Arkade), producer Robert “Buzz” Berger and others to be announced, moderated by author Mike Stax.