Paul Williams Retrospective: Out of It - 35MM
Comedy, Drama | 1969 | 95MIN
Lada Edmund Jr.
The story of two high school students: one a socially inept intellectual, the other a not-so-bright football hero and lady killer.– Paul’s first film is a crisp black and white story inspired by his own high school years (shot by John G. Avildsen) about a horny charismatic nerd played by Barry Gordon (“A Thousand Clowns”) and his teenage travails, which include being bullied by a dumb jock played by Jon Voight in his first film. Shades of “Fablemans”.
Part of the retrospective Harvard, Hollywood, Hitmen, and Holy Men: The Films Of Paul Williams.
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An Evening with Paul Williams and Paul Cronin
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