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Jump Cut Roadshow


The Street Fighter (1974)

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Saturday, May 21
at the
Parkway Theater & Film Lounge

Jump Cut returns to the Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks for our Jump Cut Roadshow: so bad they're good films hosted by our very own Wayne Massey!

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Next up: Jump Cut Roadshow presents The Street Fighter (1975)


Ruthless martial arts master Terry Tsurigi (Sonny Chiba) tangles with the Yakuza! A billionaire's daughter needs protection from thugs who want to keep her from taking over her father's business.  Merciless violence ensues as Terry shows them this is no easy task, cutting through these crime lords with his bare hands.


The Street Fighter (1975) is the first film to receive the X rating for violence in the US, with US newspapers warning, "NOTICE: The MPAA has rated this film unsuitable for viewers under the age of 17 because of its extraordinary fight sequences."  Ranked #8 in Entertainment Weekly's "Guilty Pleasures: Testosterone Edition.

Tickets $8 

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The Parkway Theater has

a full bar, so come hang out

before the show!

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Jump Cut Presents


Saturday June 6
Dinner & a Classic Noir Film

at the

Parkway Theater & Film Lounge


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Dinner tickets must be purchased by 5pm Friday, June 3

Jump Cut is reviving our Noir Night Out series, starting with Beat the Devil (1953), directed by John Huston, who wrote the screenplay with and up-and-coming Truman Capote and stars Humphrey Bogart, Jennifer Jones, Gina Lollobrigida, Peter Lorre, and Robert Morley.

One of the few films where a film noir is mixed with a comedy, it's a parody of Huston's The Maltese Falcon and films of the same genre.  The script, which was written on a day-to-day basis as the film was being shot, concerns the adventures of a motley crew of swindlers and ne'er-do-wells trying to lay claim to land rich in uranium deposits in Kenya as they wait in a small Italian port to travel aboard an ill-fated tramp steamer en route to Mombasa.


Doors open at 5pm for dinner - chili and all the fixins.  

Film screens at 6pm.  

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Tickets $15 with dinner
***Dinner tickets must be purchased by 5pm Friday, June 3***

Movie Only Tickets $8
*Movie only tickets are available for
presale (recommended) or at the door*

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The Parkway Theater and Film Lounge features a full bar and Abjuration Brewing, all under the same roof!

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Upcoming Noir Nights Out

D.O.A. (1950), July 2, 2022  and Rififi (1955), August 13, 2022

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7PM at

May's Film Kitchen has been rescheduled!
The next Film Kitchen 
will be held at the Parkway Theater on
June 14th
featuring the works of

Christopher Smalley
and David Safin!

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Film Kitchen is back!

As of Tuesday, October 13th, 2020, one of the longest running showcases of films connected to the southwestern Pennsylvania region is returning from a two-year hiatus.

Starting in September 2021, Film Kitchen will be live and in-person on the second Tuesday of each month at the 
The Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks



Anyone can submit completed works on film or video for the series.  
For more information or to submit work, email host and curator Matthew R. Day 
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