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This Ain't No Hula! A "Hard Ticket to Hawaii" Lampoon
Saturday, April 12, 2014 - 9:00pm
This Ain't No Hula! A "Hard Ticket to Hawaii" Lampoon

April 12, 9-10:45 p.m.
The Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland


In association with the Hollywood Theatre, KPSU presents This Ain't No Hula: A "Hard Ticket To Hawaii" Lampoon. In the style of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and RiffTrax, KPSU will be hosting a live comedic commentary of the film live on stage. 

Hard Ticket To Hawaii:

This ain't no hula! Starring four Playboy centerfold beauties and Ronn Moss (The Bold & The Beautiful), Hard Ticket to Hawaii is an action-adventure movie in the great tradition of James Bond. Set among the stunning islands of Hawaii, Dona Speir and Hope Marie Carlton are two undercover federal agents running an inter-island cargo service. Discovering a cache of diamonds, the gorgeous pair soon run into major trouble unleashing an international drug dealer's henchmen on them. 

Rowdy (Moss) and Jade (World Martial Arts and Kick Boxing champion Harold Diamond) come to their rescue in a series of explosions, car chases, karate fights and love scenes that will blow you away.

About Hollywood Theatre
The Hollywood Theatre is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to entertain, inspire, educate and connect the community through the art of film, while preserving a historic Portland landmark. Each year the Hollywood Theatre screens nearly 300 of the best films from all over the world. We also provide educational opportunities for over 500 young people and support multiple Oregon-based, independent film projects. The Theatre has been honored by both the Sundance Institute and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for contributions to the film community. The Hollywood Theatre bears witness to the potential for film to change lives. It’s happening here every day, when the lights dim. May it continue for generations to come!

This event is part of AMP KPSU. AMP KPSU is a series of programming and events, April 4-18, to raise funds, friends and enthusiasm towards our efforts to acquire an FM signal. KPSU strives to amplify the voice and experience of students at Portland State University. Help bring free-form, student-run college radio back to Portland's FM airwaves!