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It Came From the Drexel North (1987)

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The 1st Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Apr 11th - Noon Sun Apr 12th

It Came From the Drexel North (1988)

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The 2nd Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Feb 27th - Noon Sun Feb 28th

It Came From the Drexel North (1989)

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The 3rd Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Feb 25th - Noon Sun Feb 26th

It Came From the Drexel North (1990)

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The 4th Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Apr 21st - Noon Sun Apr 22nd

It Came From the Drexel North (1991)

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The 5th Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Apr 13th - Noon Sun Apr 14th

It Came From the Drexel North (1992)

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The 6th Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Apr 4th - Noon Sun Apr 5th

It Came From the Drexel North (1993)

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The 7th Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Apr 3rd - Noon Sun Apr 5th

It Came From the Drexel North (1994)

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The 8th Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Apr 30th - Noon Sun May 1st

It Came From the Drexel North (1995)

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The 9th Annual 24-Hour Science Fiction Marathon
Held at The Drexel North Theater, Noon Sat Apr 8th - Noon Sun Apr 9th

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*In February 1994, at the second (and to this day, final) SCHLOCK AROUND THE CLOCK, Bruce announced that due to the increasing mess it left behind, the throwing of bread and bread-related matter during screenings of Kevin S. O'Brien's BREAD films would from that point forward be banned. In response to this dark day in Marathon history (Long Live the Secret Bread Empire!) my two cohorts and I dressed as the Bitter Bread Brothers (with sandwich boards, 'natch) for the 1994 Sci-Fi costume contest. If I look especially peeved, it's not just my Brando-esque acting skills. Due to our involvement in a high school production of L'IL ABNER(!), my friends and I had arrived to the Marathon four hours late, and proceeded to sit in the back of theater for the next four hours waiting to get three seats together. This led to the infamous moment when we approached Bruce in the lobby (after placing just out of the money in the costume contest) and threatened to demand our money back if we couldn't get seats together (see Bruce, if you had just cut ties with us there, an entire dark chapter of Marathon history would never have been written.) However, he and the staff came through for us, and we made it to our seats right before the screening of KNIGHTS, after which I pulled my second goof of the night by asking Kathy Long how much she made on the picture (her reply: "That's a personal question, which I don't answer.") Boy, was I a goofy 17-year old. (Neff)
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