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December 31 1971
Bunuel

Bunuel

31st December 1971, Bunuel ‘Kensington post’ page 22 LUIS BUNUEL has been called many names, anarchist, pervert, slanderer, iconoclast: but..Read More

December 25 1971
New ‘director’ series

New ‘director’ series

24th December 1971, New ‘director’ series ‘Kensington Post’, page 25 THE ELECTRIC Cinema Club, Portobello Road, will show Federico Fellini’s..Read More

December 17 1971
Son of Godzilla, up late at midnight

Son of Godzilla, up late at midnight

17th December 1971, ‘Kensington Post’ page 32 By Mary Lear [Once again, the racist language and stereotypes in Mary Lear’s..Read More

December 10 1971
Goto, Judex in Electric all-night

Goto, Judex in Electric all-night

10th December 1971, Goto, Judex in Electric all-night, ‘Kensington Post’, page 39 FILM FANTASY is the title given to this..Read More

December 3 1971
Mr Mailer’s Crazy Guests

Mr Mailer’s Crazy Guests

3rd December 1971, Mr Mailer’s Crazy Guests ‘Kensington Post’ page 41 IN MAIDSTONE, which has its British premiere this week..Read More

November 26 1971
A German ‘First’

A German ‘First’

26th November 1971, A German ‘First’ ‘Kensington Post’ page 37 THE ELECTRIC Cinema Club, Portobello Road, gives the British premiere..Read More

November 12 1971
Japan, Ancient And Modern

Japan, Ancient And Modern

12th November 1971, Japan, Ancient & Modern ‘Kensington Post’ page 40 JAP FLICKS TILL DAWN [Incredible that this was considered..Read More

November 12 1971
Season Of That Legend W C Fields

Season Of That Legend W C Fields

12th November 1971, Season Of That Legend W C Fields ‘Kensington Post’ page 6 W. C. FIELDS died on Christmas..Read More

October 22 1971
Feifferish

Feifferish

22nd October 1971, Feifferish ‘Kensington Post’ page 38 Mary Lear HARVEY MIDDLEMAN the fireman loves his job. He loves his..Read More

October 8 1971
Eisenstein season at the Electric

Eisenstein season at the Electric

8th October 1971, ‘Kensington Post’ page 34 Mary Lear IN a single programme, the Electric Cinema Club, Portobello Road, will..Read More

October 1 1971
Renoir and Revolution

Renoir and Revolution

1st October 1971, ‘Kensington Post’ page 22 Mary Lear * LA GRAND ILLUSION (Electric Cinema CLub, Portobello Road). Jean Renoir’s..Read More

September 17 1971
All-Night Session of Sci and Fi

All-Night Session of Sci and Fi

17th September 1971, All-Night Session of Sci and Fi ‘Kensington Post’ page 39 Mary Lear A VARIED mixture of science..Read More

September 10 1971
Jacques Demy season at the Electric

Jacques Demy season at the Electric

10th September 1971, Lola’s in Los Angeles ‘Kensington Post’ page 35 Lola’s in Los Angeles JACQUES DEMY was one of..Read More

September 10 1971
Orson Welles: enfant terrible

Orson Welles: enfant terrible

  10th September 1971, Orson Welles: enfant terrible ‘Marylebone Mercury’ page 27 DURING September, the Electric Cinema Club, Portobello Road,..Read More

August 20 1971
What Makes The Electric Tick?

What Makes The Electric Tick?

Mr. Russell Ward, one of the Electric’s projectionists, with the new equipment, originally presented to Winston Churchill by 20th Century..Read More

August 13 1971
Loot, Alice

Loot, Alice

13th August 1971, Film Clips, ‘Kensington Post’ page 35 * LOOT, Electric, today (Thursday) at 11, Friday at 9, Saturday..Read More

August 13 1971
Hugo and Josefin

Hugo and Josefin

13th August 1971, Hugo and Josefin, ‘Kensington Post’ page 35 HUGO AND JOSEFIN (U), which is showing at the Electric..Read More

August 6 1971
Corman/Price season in the Portobello Road

Corman/Price season in the Portobello Road

6th August 1971, Corman/Price season in the Portobello Road, ‘Kensington Post’ page 4 Film special by Mary Lear REFLECTING on..Read More

August 6 1971
The Space Children

The Space Children

6th August 1971, Space Children, ‘Kensington Post’ page 36 SPACE CHILDREN (Science Fiction Night No. 5 at the Electric Cinema..Read More

July 16 1971
Buñuel double-bill

Buñuel double-bill

16th July 1971, ‘Kensington Post’ page 34 * Premiere of the month at the Electric Cinema. ONE P.M., continues until..Read More