When: Thu., Sept. 3 2015

The thing about Roar, a bizarre big-cat film from 1982 that screens at 6:45 tonight and at 9:35 tomorrow night at the Cleveland Institute of Cinematheque, is that the horrific production notes are more entertaining than the film itself. Starring Noel Marshall and Hitchcock alum Tippi Hedren (husband and wife at the time), this story of a zoologist in Africa living on a plantation overrun with lions, tigers, jaguars, cheetahs and elephants has been dubbed "the most disaster-plagued film in the history of Hollywood." Tickets are $9. (Sam Allard)

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