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Saturday, January 18 • 3:00pm - 5:25pm
"Just One of the Guys" 35th Anniversary

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Join co-stars Joyce Hyser and Sherilyn Fenn for an onstage conversation with moderator Beth Lisick after a 35th anniversary screening of the classic 80s comedy "Just One of the Guys."

When Terry Griffith (Joyce Hyser) loses her high school's writing competition, she's convinced that it's because she's a girl. So Terry decides to change high schools and pose as a boy to prove her point. Her brother, Buddy (Billy Jacoby), helps her pass as a guy so well that she is soon going on a blind date with a potential new girlfriend Sandy (Sherilyn Fenn), and making friends with the boys at school, including the attractive Rick (Clayton Rohner), who becomes her new best friend. But her gender-swapping makes things difficult when she falls in love with him.

General tickets and special VIP Meet & Greet tickets available. VIP tickets include a post-event autograph and photo opportunity with the cast.

Co-presented by SF IndieFest

($75 Premium seating + Meet & Greet, $35 General Admission, 18+)

Alamo Drafthouse - No Latecomers Policy
Alamo Drafthouse has a no latecomers policy. If you arrive after the show has started, venue staff reserves the right to prevent late admittance to ensure an optimal show experience for the rest of the audience.

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Beth Lisick

Beth Lisick is a writer and actor from the San Francisco Bay Area, currently living in Brooklyn. She is the author of six books, including the New York Times bestseller "Everybody Into the Pool" and the novel "Edie on the Green Screen" (out 3/26/20). She is also co-founder of the... Read More →
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Joyce Hyser

Joyce Hyser's debut film was in 1980's "The Hollywood Knights". Then she did the role of Sylvia in "They All Laughed" in 1981. She appeared in the hit film as Joyce "Valley Girl" in 1983 and in 1984 she was Linda in "This Is Spinal Tap". In 1985 her role as Terry Griffith in "Just... Read More →
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Sherilyn Fenn

Her childhood was filled with change. Sheryl Ann (later “Sherilyn”) was the youngest of 3 kids. She and her two older brothers were raised by their musician mom, Arlene Quatro, who moved the family around Michigan. She and her mom went to L.A. when Sherilyn was 17. Within a couple... Read More →

Saturday January 18, 2020 3:00pm - 5:25pm PST
Alamo Drafthouse at the New Mission