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Marking an underground force

Archive to screen restored films of George Kuchar

Movies by George Kuchar (right, with his twin, Mike) will screen at the Harvard Film Archive along with films he chose for the event. Movies by George Kuchar (right, with his twin, Mike) will screen at the Harvard Film Archive along with films he chose for the event. (Patrick Siemer/Indiepix)
By Gerald Peary
Globe Correspondent / August 8, 2010

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George Kuchar — San Francisco filmmaking maestro, clown prince of underground cinema — managed a grand entrance in Boston last spring, delivering his nonpareil Gracie Allen-meets-Zippy patter along with his classic films at the Boston University Cinematheque. Hilarious. And the 67-year-old was just as irreverent, just as winning when he stayed on as guest of the Boston Underground Film Festival. ... (Full article: 763 words)

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