|Directed by||Harry Hurwitz|
|Produced by||Nicolas Chinn|
|Written by||Harry Hurwitz|
|Music by||Igo Kantor
Erma E. Levin
|Edited by||Harry Hurwitz|
|Distributed by||Maron Films|
The Projectionist is a 1971 film written and directed by Harry Hurwitz. It featured the film debut of Rodney Dangerfield. The film employs the use of superimposition of older films, the first time such techniques were used.
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A film projectionist (Chuck McCann) who is bored with his everyday life starts fantasizing about his being one of the superheroes (Captain Flash) he sees in the films he shows. He also imagines that the theater owner named Renaldi (Rodney Dangerfield) is a villain known as The Bat.
|Chuck McCann||Projectionist / Captain Flash / Chuck|
|Rodney Dangerfield||Renaldi / The Bat|
|Ina Balin||The Girl|
|Jára Kohout||Candy Man / Scientist|
|Harry Hurwitz||Friendly Usher|
- Pavlides, Dan. "The Projectionist > Overview". AllMovie. Retrieved 2010-08-16.
- Strauss, Robert. "The Projectionist - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes - NYTimes.com". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-08-16.
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