7:00 PM October 6
MDC Live Arts Lab, 300 NE Second Avenue, Room 1101-1
Stanley (1972) tells the story of Tim Ochopee, a snake-friendly misfit who wreaks havoc on his tormentors with Stanley, his rattlesnake pal, as the instrument of his vengeance, there being no Twitter in 1972. Produced and directed by Florida exploitation film czar William Grefe.
Bonus Short: Unique WTVJ news film from the 1950s captures the early days of Bill Haast’s Miami Serpentarium.