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Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028 Map
Sat, Mar 7, 2015

Double Feature! Director, Voice Actors & Crew In Person!
Presented by the American Cinematheque and Dammaged Goods

Join us in the lobby at 6:30 PM for the “Sunbow Celebration” pre-show featuring collections, original art, design sketches, toys, prints and memorabilia on display and for sale to benefit People to People, Serenity Place Animal Rescue and Wounded Warrior.

Join us in the theater at 7:00 PM for a pre-show panel discussion with writers Flint Dille, Buzz Dixon, Donald F. Glut and voice actor/author Bill Ratner, who will share their experience across film, television, comic books and video games.

Films begin at 7:30PM. Discussion between films with TRANSFORMERS story consultant Flint Dille, voice actors Neil Ross, Michael Bell, Hank Garrett and Bill Ratner, voice director Wally Burr, and G.I. JOE director Don Jurwich, story consultant Buzz Dixon, story board director Larry Houston and series writer Donald F. Glut.
1986, 84 min, USA, Dir: Nelson Shin

The hit animated television series (and action figure toy line) makes its first leap to the big screen! In the year 2005, Optimus Prime and his heroic Autobots struggle to defend their home planet Cybertron from the voracious Unicron (Orson Welles, in his final role) and defeat the evil Decepticons and their ruthless leader, Megatron. The all-star cast giving voice to these battling ’bots includes Judd Nelson, Leonard Nimoy, Robert Stack, Eric Idle, Scatman Crothers and Casey Kasem. Released between the series’ second and third seasons, THE TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE killed off several major characters and featured a heavy-metal soundtrack and anime style that gave it a slightly darker tone than the TV program - but it’s still intergalactic fun for kids of all ages.

1987, 93 min, Japan, USA, Dir: Don Jurwich

In this feature-length spinoff of the beloved 1980s TV show, the G.I. Joe soldiers join newest hero Lt. Falcon (Don Johnson) to take on the evil forces of Cobra, whose ancient Lovecraftian history is revealed as a new enemy, Golobulus (Burgess Meredith), enters the scene. Featuring many of the same cast members as THE TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE, with Wally Burr once again directing the voices of Frank Welker, Peter Cullen, Chris Latta, Michael Bell, Dan Gilvezan, Neil Ross, Corey Burton, Jack Angel and Gregg Berger, with Joe regulars Michael Bell, Bill Ratner and wrestler Sgt. Slaughter.

Screening format: 35mm (THE TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE) and Blu-ray (G.I. JOE: THE MOVIE)
Egyptian Theatre • Sat, Mar 7, 2015 • 7:30pm