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Thursday, November 12, 2009
Another Richard Rush film that came out in 1968 along with Psych-Out was The Savage Seven. I have to say I’ve been curious as to what other films it would have been double billed with at drive-ins back in the 70’s. I have this at least partially answered in this November 1974 calendar from the Twilight Drive-In Theatre in Jamestown, Tennessee. In it we see it was double billed with Mark of the Devil. The overall lineup shown for this month is interesting with titles ranging from Prime Cut early in the month to adult titles getting played on Sunday nights!
The second image here shows Adam Roarke and Robert Walker Jr.
A Month Long Celebration of Psych-Out (1968) at CID: November 2009
Each day in November of 2009 at CID we will be celebrating Richard Rush cinema one still at a time with his 1968 film, Psych-Out, along the way with added surprises.
I’d love to know what is your favorite Richard Rush film!?! Tweet what it is on Twitter with the following hashtag of #richardrush.
For fans of this film be sure and pick up Gary Kent’s new book, Shadows and Light, Journeys With Outlaws In Revolutionary Hollywood (details).
If you like this film and want to see other great films that have been reborn through Lars and Weird Wednesday, be sure to get out to this weekly series each Wednesday (info). In particular this month is the screening of Sam Peckinpah’s, BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA.
Month Long Celebration:
::: 11/15 – Love Sweet Love
::: 11/14 – The Vox Mobile
::: 11/13 – More from the Funeral
::: 11/12 – Surprise #3: Savage Seven
::: 11/11 – Sitar Player
::: 11/10 – Surprise #2: Hells Angels on Wheels
::: 11/09 – Ladies and Gentlemen… The Seeds!
::: 11/08 – Warren has a bad trip!
::: 11/07 – The Funeral
::: 11/06 – Surprise #1: Freebie and the Bean
::: 11/05 – Jenny Davis in Love…
::: 11/04 – Warren, Stoney & Ben
::: 11/03 – Bruce Dern is The Seeker
::: 11/02 – Elwood, Jenny & Stoney
::: 11/01 – Jenny Davis in Classic Film Pose
Official still that was used in the original USA release of the film. The drive-in ad comes from an original calendar ad artwork piece.
::: IMDb Profile