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For Your Height Only

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September 7, 2012
10:00 pm

The comedy duo Cinema Fiasco, consisting of Geoff Wallis and Janet A. McLeod, return to the Astor Theatre to continue their quest in exposing audiences to the worst that cinema has to offer.

This time they’ll be providing live commentary to a screening of 1981’s For Your Height Only. A truly bizarre James Bond spoof from the Philippines, it features a midget in the lead role, along with poorly executed action sequences and awful English dubbing.

A must for connoisseurs of cinematic trash, as well as for those who are just plain curious.

WHERE: Astor Theatre (Corner Chapel Street & Dandenong Road, St Kilda).
WHEN: Friday 7 September, 10pm
WEB: astortheatre.net.au/films/for-your-height-only


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