Uncensored Big Lebowski Finds a Home at Third Degree Glass Factory


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You'll be shocked (shocked!) to hear that an e-mail with the subject line "WE GOT A NEW FUCKING LOCATION!" was blocked by the ol' RFT spam filter.

But rather than peddling a cheap Viagra prescription or the latest amateur webcam, the message was from Martin Casas, the owner of local outdoor cinema company Frontyard Features.

Casas was offering the latest update on Big Lebowski-gate, the comically minor scandal in which this blogger and a handful of fans were miffed at the fact that Casas and co. torched the Coen brothers classic by screening the super-censored, kid-friendly version of the hilariously foul-mouthed film a few weeks back.

After a bit of public service reporting by the Daily RFT (Pulizter, here we come) Frontyard Features has found a new location to screen the entire, unedited, theatrical, fucking version.

Date, time, and location after the jump.  

Writes Casas:

We found a host to screen the unedited version of the Big Lewbowski! 

Thursday, September 10 3RD DEGREE GLASS FACTORY

Movie will start at 8pm! More details to follow!

Checkout the other Frontyard Features upcoming screenings, including ones in Tower Grove Park (National Treasure) and Soulard (Transformers) by clicking here.

And, since there's nothing else to add, here are some Lebowski highlights:

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