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QUACKSER FORTUNE HAS A COUSIN IN THE BRONX

Director: Waris Hussein

1970, Colour, 90 minutes


March’s Must-See Cinema from the IFI Irish Film Archive is Quackser Fortune has a Cousin in the Bronx, presented in collaboration with the St. Patrick’s Day Festival. In one of the best-loved and most bizarre films in its collection, Gene Wilder plays a Dublin horse manure salesman who falls in love with swinging young Trinity student Zazel (Margot Kidder). A terrific local cast includes May Ollis, Eileen Colgan and the late David Kelly.

Tickets €5.

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