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Posted by Andy S on August 25, 2009 at 12:15:19:

For those of you who don't like seeing GWS in the water, this Sat, Aug 29th starting at 7:30 pm, the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica is having a screening of all three Jaws movies.

http://www.americancinematheque.com/archive1999/2009/Aero/OneNightEvents_August_Aero_2009.htm#JAWS

Saturday, August 29 7:30 PM, Triple Features, Trilogies and Triple Bills!

Join us for this month's Aero Theatre Triple Bill: 3 classic films for the price of one. enjoy this month the first 3 JAWS!

JAWS, 1975, Universal, 124 min. Director Steven Spielberg rocketed to the head of the class with this terrific mixture of suspense, humor and modern Americana, based on the Peter Benchley best-seller.

JAWS 2, 1978, 116 min., Universal, Dir. Jeannot Szwarc, Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Roy Scheider, reprising his role as Martin Brody, the hydrophobic Police Chief of Amity, is joined by wife Ellen (Lorainne Gary) - four years later a Man-eating Great White shark is again terrorizing the waters in this second suspenseful maritime outing

JAWS 3, 1983, 99 min., Universal, Dir. Joe Alves. Michael Brody (Dennis Quaid, in his first lead role) chief engineer for Sea World is the eldest son of police chief Brody. When completion of a new exhibit is threatened by the sudden appearance of a Great White Shark, Michael and his brother (John Putch) attempt to hunt it down. Originally released as 3D in the theatrical release, screened NOT in 3D. Introduction by Patrick Jankiewicz, author of Just When You Thought It Was Safe, A JAWS Companion.




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