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The Maze, Gog

Film/Video

The Maze, image courtesy of Kino Lorber
The Maze, image courtesy of Kino Lorber
Gog, image courtesy of 3-D Film Archive
Gog, image courtesy of 3-D Film Archive
Gog, image courtesy of 3-D Film Archive

3D X 2

DOUBLE FEATURE

The Maze

(William Cameron Menzies, 1953)

Gog

(Herbert L. Strock, 1954)

2nd film 8:30 PM

Wed, May 23, 2018 7 PM
Wed, May 23, 2018 8:30 PM

Join us for this special double bill of classics from the golden era of 3D in the 1950s! In the atmospheric The Maze, a young woman (Veronica Hurst) follows her fiancé (Richard Carlson) to his family’s mysterious castle after he ends their engagement. When she arrives, her fiancé has aged and his behavior has changed—just a hint of the strange events to come at the castle and its creepy garden labryinth. (80 mins., DCP) In Gog, an investigator (Richard Egan) faces mortal danger (not to mention Herbert Marshall and Constance Dowling) when he’s sent to a secret space research center after the mysterious deaths of two scientists. As the agent soon learns, a rogue supercomputer and two experimental robots—GOG and MAGOG!—have taken control of the base. (85 mins., DCP)

Presented in conjunction with the 50th annual Cinevent (May 24–27), Columbus’s annual gathering of film enthusiasts. Visit cinevent.com for convention information.

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