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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Mystery of the bleeding Looney Tunes

Mystery Team at New Beverly Cinema

may 28, 29
Mystery Team the amazing comedy is happening this weekend. I saw a screening of the epic comedy at the Nuarte and had a blast. Head out with friends if your looking to laugh your ass off.

Fri: 7:30; Sat: 3:20 ; 7:30

100 Greatest Looney Tunes!

from cinefamily's site:
To commemorate the publication of animation historian Jerry Beck's new hardcover book "The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes Cartoons" (Insight Editions), we've got for you (what else?) one hundred Looney Tunes -- we'll screen a selection of full-length shorts in 35mm, as well as present a specially-edited reel featuring the other ninety-odd, and if we're lucky, advance copies of the book may be available for Jerry to sign! The book is based on a survey taken of thousands of cartoon fans, film historians and renowned movie critics, and celebrates the best of the best, the fastest and funniest Warner Bros. cartoons you must see before you die. The program features classic works by Tex Avery, Frank Tashlin, Chuck Jones, Bob Clampett, Friz Freleng and others -- and stars Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, Tweety, Sylvester, Speedy Gonzales and dozens more. "Kill da Wabbit!" "Hassan Chop!" "I Tawt I Taw a Putty Tat!" "What’s Up, Doc?" "Pronoun Trouble!" Which ones made the cut? Join us on June 1st and find out! That’s all, folks!

June 1st 8:00pm
Silent Movie Theater
611 N. Fairfax Avenue

Los Angeles, California 90036

The Art of Bleeding and Friends at California Institute of Abnormal Arts

Now I've never been to one of theses shows, but it looks like a place to get freaky. Get ready to interact with others and understand the freakiness.
from yelp:
The Art of Bleeding returns to the curio-crammed sideshow environs of California Institute of Abnormal Arts for another night of grievously misguided health-and-safety lessons. Abram the Safety Ape, RT the Robot Teacher, and the wise old hand puppet Dr. Moody are joined by the delectably unprofessional Art of Bleeding Nurses in the latest episode of "Magic Ambulance Theater." Surgically reconstructed AoB "funmaker" Dr. Sunshine (with surprise guest) offers new and powerful demonstrations of laughter as a medicine of last resort. Outside medical consultants of Kabeza de Vaka Arcestra provide a visionary soundtrack makeover for a vintage classroom health-and-safety film. Alternative comedian Robert Selander explores the possibilities of home surgery, and magician Bieno Svengali exposes audience members to high levels of X-ray radiation, all in the name of Safety Consciousness. The evening will be hosted by Danny Shorago of the Fuxedos. SPECIAL PRIZES FOR THOSE ARRIVING IN HOSPITAL ATTIRE! $12 at door, $10 w/ costume. Doors 8:30pm.

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California Institute of Abnormal Arts (CIA)

11334 Burbank Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 91601
$10.00 - $12.00