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Bodda Getta Box Office: Russ Meyer Double Feature

In early March 1967, the War Eagle Theatre was doing what it did best: titillating the Auburn male, this time (as it had and would again many times) with cartoonish curves from the Russ Meyer ouevre—specifically Faster Pussycat and Motor Psycho.

“For your own safety, do not fail to see Motor Psycho!”

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Previously: ‘Night Of The Living Dead’ at the Tiger Theatre, Halloween 1973.

Related: “What’s Up, Tiger Lilly”


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