Harold and Maude
Sunday, September 9, 2018
You probably know this, but here it goes: 20-year-old Harold (Cort, who lived on-and-off with Groucho Marx for seven years) is a suicidal wealthy heir who meets the 79-year-old, eccentric Ruth (Gordon), who teaches him the value of banjo playing, and “making the most of his time on earth.” Filled with the most uplifting, inspiring gallows-humor you’ve ever seen, don’t miss HAROLD AND MAUDE – and feel free to sing along to Cat Stevens’ “If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out.”
Part of the series “Hal Ashby: The Seventies.” Double-bill admission at select shows – tickets purchased to the 12:55pm show of HAROLD AND MAUDE includes complimentary admission to the same-day 2:45pm screening of HAL. Ticketholders for the 6:45pm screening of HAL may claim a complimentary ticket to the 8:50pm screening of HAROLD AND MAUDE. Complimentary tickets must be claimed from the IFC Center box office. Offer is not redeemable to other days or showtimes.
- Country USA
- Year 1971
- Running Time 91 minutes
- Director Hal Ashby
- Writer Colin Higgins
- Editor William A. Sawyer, Edward Warschilka
- Cinematographer John A. Alonzo
- Cast Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort, Vivian Pickles, Cyril Cusack
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