“American Graffitti” revived at The Charles

Tomorrow, The Charles will play “American Graffiti” at 9p.m. The film is part of The Charles revival series.

“American Graffitti” came out in 1973 on Technicolor, and was directed by George Lucus. The cast includes Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard and Mackenzie Phillips (before they all got old.) 

According to The Charles official website the film is “the closest [audiences] can come right now to a Grade A cinematic food.”



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Katie K is an aspiring something or other from Baltimore. She loves film & music. contact: Katie.Killon@gmail.com
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One Response to “American Graffitti” revived at The Charles

  1. hlemai says:

    This sounds very cool! I’ve never seen “American Graffiti” before, but it sounds like something we can all relate to even if it is about the transition from high school to college.
    Plus, stereotypical teenagers freaking out about growing up?
    Who doesn’t want to watch that for a laugh?

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