Double Feature

What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? (IB Tech Print!)

Not Available on DVD! Vibrant IB Technicolor 35mm print!

Never A Dull Moment (IB Tech!)

Vibrant IB Technicolor 35mm print!

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What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? (IB Tech Print!)

What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? New York is about to find out when a wayward toucan unleashes a miraculous virus across the city, infecting its citizens with a euphoric high and the delirious desire to do good. A beatnik former ad exec (George Peppard) gets a new lease on life but hilarious complications ensue when his girlfriend (Mary Tyler Moore) is immune. As the outbreak spreads & the Big Apple turned upside down, a government lackey (Dom DeLuise) is sent to find a fix. It’s a goofy & good-natured good time that’s sure to cure what ails you. Never released on home video!

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Marc Edward Heuck discusses What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? on the New Beverly blog.

 


PLUS

Fred C. Brannon’s action-packed 1951 Republic Pictures serial Government Agents vs. Phantom Legion comes to the New Beverly in glorious 35mm! Chapter 2: The Stolen Corpse screens before What’s So Bad About Feeling Good. A new chapter of the rare cliffhanger plays this month before each of our Sunday / Monday and Wednesday / Thursday programs.


 

Director
George Seaton
Starring
George Peppard, Mary Tyler Moore, Don Stroud, Susan Saint James, Dom DeLuise
Year
1968
Country
USA
Format
IB Technicolor 35mm
Running Time
94 minutes

Never A Dull Moment (IB Tech!)

Struggling actor Jack Albany (Dick Van Dyke) gets mixed up in a crack-up case of mistaken identity when mob boss Leo Smooth (Edward G. Robinson) mistakes him for a renowned hit man. But as Jack tries to correct the misunderstanding, he only digs himself deeper into a madcap plot to steal a priceless painting with a motley crew of criminals, including Slim Pickens, Henry Silva and Tony Bill. A local art teacher (Dorothy Provine) might be able to help Jack out of his pickle – if he could just get her to believe his tall tale. Further comedic complications ensue when the real killer (Jack Elam) shows up to reclaim his name. The Dick Van Dyke Show star Jerry Paris directs a Walt Disney caper that proves there’s Never A Dull Moment whenever this side-splitting team is on screen!

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Marc Edward Heuck discusses Never A Dull Moment on the New Beverly blog.

Director
Jerry Paris
Starring
Dick Van Dyke, Edward G. Robinson, Dorothy Provine, Henry Silva, Joanna Moore, Tony Bill, Slim Pickens, Jack Elam
Year
1968
Country
USA
Format
IB Technicolor 35mm
Running Time
99 minutes

Upcoming Showtimes

Wed, April 05
7:30 pm
What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? (IB Tech Print!)
9:40 pm
Never A Dull Moment (IB Tech!)

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Thu, April 06
7:30 pm
What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? (IB Tech Print!)
9:40 pm
Never A Dull Moment (IB Tech!)

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