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Bad Girls, Charlie Chaplin Shorts, Ice Cream I Scream, and more

"BAD GIRLS"

The Double Vision screening series serves up Russ Meyer’s 1965 exploitation classic

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Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

, possibly the movie with the most punctuation in its title in cinema history, and a 2005 documentary called

Girl Trouble

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CHARLIE CHAPLIN SHORTS

Two classics: “A Day’s Pleasure” and the nearly hour-long “The Kid.”

ICE CREAM, I SCREAM

This comedy about a small-town Turkish ice cream vendor winds up Towson University’s portion of the Bridges to the World film festival.

JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME

Writers/directors/brothers Jay and Mark Duplass revisit the awkward-manboy turf they trod in

Cyrus

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in this comedy in which the title character (Jason Segal) helps his married brother (Ed Helms) trail his possibly adulterous wife.

Opens March 16.

PSYCHO

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 proto-slasher classic, on the big screen. Nuff said.

21 JUMP STREET

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum star in this movie reboot of the old Fox TV series about cops going undercover in high school.

Opens March 16.

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