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Cinematic ass-kickin' runs in the Thrillsville family

With tenderness and rage, he plays the homeless Malafide, who as much as any character connects all nine films together. The whole cycle is expected to play Bay Area theatres this fall, an occasion the actor might even be willing to comment on.

But don't expect him to show up for "Papa-Palooza," where his vintage visage shares the bill with the live Twilight Vixen Revue.


Thurs/8, 7:30 p.m., $10


1834 Park Blvd, Oakl

(510) 814-2400, www.thrillville.net

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