Are you a fan of vintage SF (film and TV) of the '30's through late '60's? Would you like to get together with other local fans to watch & discuss your favorites?

This was the age of damsels in distress, pocket-change special effects, and those fabulous rubber monster suits. At the same time, such writers as Robert Heinlein, C.L. Moore, and Theodore Sturgeon crafted mature and contemplative screenplays for television and theater audiences. Come watch the best and worst from this era!

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Gerry Williams (filmist "-at-"

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Saturday, October 27, 2018
7:00PM - 11:30PM (approx)



(France, 1911) 14 minutes
After an evening of excessive wining and dining Baron Münchausen must be helped to bed by his servants.
Once asleep, he has bizarre and frightening dreams.

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(Germany, 1943) 110 minutes
Baron Hieronymus Münchhausen has just moved into the Bodenwerder castle once owned by his famous namesake ancestor, and he's throwing a masquerade to celebrate his homecoming. A few of the guests stick around after the party breaks up, and remarkably enough, none of them are conversant with the legend of their host's forebear beyond that he was supposed to have been the biggest liar who ever lived. Not so, says the baron, who then gathers everyone into the garden to hear the incredible yet true story of the original Hieronymus Münchhausen's adventures.

Also Showing:


AKA: Baron Prásil
(Czechoslovakia, 1962) 83 minutes

The stories of Baron Münchhausen were enriched with a character of a modern astronaut Tommy and compare two different worlds -- the world of a rococo cavalier whose fantasy does not have any limits and the world of a young man of the present time. The astronaut finds on the moon the famous dreamer Baron Münchausen, who takes him back to earth and a variety of exaggerated adventures. Amusing variation on the old stories, using live action against deliberately artificial backgrounds.



Williams microCINEMA
Studio 106
San Diego Reader Building
2323 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92102


Please RSVP to Gerry Williams (filmist "-at-" as seating is limited.

NEXT MONTH: November 17, 2018

"It Came from Outer Space" (1953)
and "This Island Earth" (1955)
and "My Living Doll: The Witness" (1965)

The SDVSF Play List -- what we've screened.

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The Mars Society - San Diego's MARS MOVIE NIGHT
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