Tuesday, March 6, 2018

KIPPLE - Art Commerical!!

During my 2018 residency in St. Georgen, Germany, I was asked to make a short film for the Kipple project, which is a summer marketing camp for college students. The students were asked to consider marketing strategies and campaigns for a portable lamp and moveable work-space. I shot one roll of Kahl 18 color reversal Super 8mm for the project, which had some very nice rhythmic light leaks flashing throughout the film. Afterwards, I made an edit of the movie and asked musicians friends to help provide a soundtrack.

Two musicians provided me with excellent tracks! The first is by Celeste Heule, who is also the driving force behind the Minneapolis' Battlerat.


The second version is by Steph Horak of London, who delved into her prolific archive of tracks and to find one that fit the mood. Steph has a new tape out on the Fractal Meat label.

Sunday, August 27, 2017

GLOBAL FORREST, Karlsruhe, Black Forrest

I am currently an Artist in Residency for the GLOBAL FORREST project in St. Georgen, a small town in the German Black Forrest. The project included and international arts festival, focusing on turntables and analog technologies, July 14-15, 2017.

View from art gallery window in St. Georgen, Black Forrest, Germany

I shot (8) rolls of Super 8mm film during the festival, and the days leading up to and after the event. A sampling of this footage will be shown as part of my "End of Residency" event at Kunstverein Letschebach in Karlsruhe, Germany, on September 23, 2017. This event will also include selections of my older films and installations from 2002-2017, and a DJ Party will guest artists.

This opportunity is supported by GLOBAL FORREST, as well as a 2017 Artist Fellowship awarded by the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council (MN).

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Bearded Child - July 9

There will be a rare Bearded Child Film Festival event in Minneapolis!!

Sunday, July 9th - 7pm
Bryant Lake Bowl
Minneapolis, MN

More info:
Bearded Child Event Page


— Bearded Child Program —

Heartpocalypse - 7 minuties, 2010
By Matthew Silver, Bergenfield, NJ

La Gallina Matadora - 4 minutes, 1998
By Matthew Silver, Bergenfield, NJ

Miss Edmonton Teenburger 1983 in: It’s Party Time! - 16 minutes, 2001
By Amy Lockhart, Vancouver, CANADA

The Legend of Locust Creek - 21 minutes, 2011
by Phil Chambliss, Locust Bayou, Arkansas

Good Old Gemini ( Deathproj ) - 2 minutes, 1989/2013
By Kurt Welshinger and Bryce Beverlin II, Minneapolis, MN

Dolly Rambo — Class Power - 3 minutes, 2011
By Igor and Ivan Buharov, HUNGARY

Hotel Tubu - 5 minutes, 2002
By Igor and Ivan Buharov, HUNGARY

Un cadaver Exquis - 10 minutes, 2008
By Volatile Works Collective, Montreal, CANADA

Le Reve D’une Chose - 2 minutes, 2017
By Racket Fashion Collective, Paris, FRANCE

TV Party - 15 minutes, 2017
by Mike Etoll, Minneapolis, MN

— Films by Dan Anderson —

Hope - 10 minutes, Super 8mm Silent, 2017

Majestic, ‘o to Thee - 5 minutes, 2017 (shot on Super 8mm)

Food City - 11 minutes, 2013

Time for Bed - 11 minutes, 2003

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Screening at minicine? in Shreveport, LA - APRIL 2

I'll be visiting mincine? this Saturday, April 2 @ 7pm!

Expect a mix of films, installations and live CINEPLOSION analog mixing with the beats of DJ Nathan Treme https://treme.bandcamp.com/ and food provided by GoGreen! This event will be fluid and has the potential to run late. Check it out!

846 Texas Avenue
Shreveport, LA 71101

Monday, August 17, 2015

Live Feed. Video Recap

“Live Feed.” was a large-scale MFA thesis exhibition of Electronic Integrated Arts at the Robert C. Turner Gallery at Alfred University in Alfred, New York on April 25, 2015. Presented by Dan Anderson.

Including: (43) video monitors, (13) projections, (25) computers, (5) neon sculptures, (60) digital and woodblock print images, (3) live UHF broadcasts, a live Internet feed and a live performance during the opening. The event occurred on both levels of the Robert C. Turner gallery, covering over 4,000 square feet of floor space. 

The majority of the installations are video loops and short films, each lasting in duration from 45 seconds to over 9 minutes. Interactive installations also filled the space, which required the participation of a viewer to active.
Content for the videos, installations and prints was primarily taken from documentary footage shot by myself at various public events. Some installations also used materials appropriated by public access or network television broadcasts.

Live broadcast footage from opening night at:

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Live Feed. Dan Anderson MFA Thesis Show

2015 MFA Thesis Exhibition
Integrated Electronic Arts

Saturday, April 25 - 7:00-9:00PM EST
Robert C Turner Gallery
Harder Hall - Alfred University
Alfred, New York

Broadcast live via:

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Neon/Video Installations

EAT - (5) neon pieces, (5) video projections. 2014.

Neon Lightning - (1) neon tube, (3) monitors, UHF transmitter, flashing transformer, media player.

Wild Side of Life

Interactive Video Installation, 2013.

Dreaming Mao

Super 8mm film shot in Beijing, China, outside the gates and surrounding area of the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. Rephotographed and edited on video. 

Filming in December 2013, finished in 2014.

Monday, March 10, 2014

Daytime '1990

Daytime '1990 is a remix of mainstream daytime television from late December 1990, between the hours of 11am-5pm.

The original material was found on VHS (labeled "Soaps #103) in a thrift store in Mount Ida, Arkansas. The piece includes segments of the Home Show (1988-1994), General Hospital (1963-present), Loving (1983-1995), All My Children (1970-2011), One Life to Live (1968-2012), The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986-2011), Inside Edition (1989-present) as well as local commercials and news segments.

Mixed by Dan Anderson. CINEPLOSION Productions 2014.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Food City

"FOOD CITY" (2013) is directed by Dan Anderson and stars Nathan Robinson, Dr. Paul Tucker, Doris Night, Chuck Dodson, Zephyr Smith, Jim Johnson and Sarah Curtis. It was shot on location, all within a mile radius of the "mountain tower" in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. 11-minutes.

To request a copy for viewing, contact bcfilmfest@gmail.com


Bearded Child/Film Night posters

The Bearded Child Film Festival is a traveling showcase of experimental and underground film/video. Based out of Grand Rapids, Minnesota, in 2001, the event grew out of a series of "Film Nights" held at the MacRostie Art Center in Grand Rapids from 1999-2002.

Here are some rediscovered posters from events that are over ten years old:

For many more original posters from 1999-2002, visit www.facebook.com/beardedchildfilmfest

For more information on current Bearded Child events, visit www.beardedchild.com


2009 ARKUFF - Arkansas Underground Film Festival

This was pretty cool and probably doesn't exist online elsewhere::

Friday, July 17
“Focus on Surrealism”

5:00 opening reception
rare and unusual small-gauge projection exhibit, 
curated by David Nelson, Shreveport, LA

David Nelson is the founder of mini-cine, Shreveport’s longstanding alternative cinema, and has been collecting unusual projectors for decades. He has amassed what may be the most complete collection of small-gauge projectors in the country, and will be displaying a small sampling of his collection for the first time.

On installation:

Light 3m
by Lee Bishop, Carrboro, NC
(Just beyond the screen) the universe - as we know it - is ending  3m30s
by Christine Lucy Latimer, Toronto, ON, CANADA

6:00 George Melies program 

George Melies (1861-1938) was a magician by trade, and is credited as the first to fully use film to explore its trick properties. Although he made some 500 films, he never realized the full value of his films, and many no longer exist. The following films represent a small sampling of Melies’ magically bizarre films, which have remained completely unique and unlike anything to follow.

George Melies film include:

The Conjurer 1m, 1899
A Trip to the Moon 11m, 1902
The Palace of the Arabian Nights 19m, 1905
The Doctor Secret 9m, 1910
The Conquest of the Pole 7m, 1912      

7:00 Surrealist Classics

Un Chien Andalou 16m, 1929
 by Salvador Dali/Luis Bunuel, France 

The first film by Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali, Un Chien Andalou was made during the heart of the Surrealist movement, and is regarded as one of the most influential art films by many film scholars.

A Page of Madness 60m, 1926
by Kinugasa Teinosuke, Japan

Filmed from the mental perspective of an institutionalized mental patient, this extremely rare film was thought lost during World War II. It was rediscovered by the filmmaker in a forgotten rice barrow in the 1970s, and received a limited re-release at that time. Screened with live electronic musical accompaniment by Shane English.

9:00 Surrealist Short Film Program

Infiltration 4.5m 
by Charles Chadwick, Los Gatos, CA
- A film that portrays death as time travel, altered space-time, and hypnotic resonance.

The Salariat in Parts 11m 
by Zachary Epcar, San Francisco, CA
- An office comedy of sorts, describing several points of correspondence between the material space of the office and the gastro-intestinal movements of its inhabitants, located somewhere under the belly of the underbelly of the economic collapse.

The Land Beyond Explanation 13m30s 
by Madam X, Los Angeles, CA
- This film is a metaphor of the internal reality of experience and the incessance of evolution to question and discover itself.

Ichthyopolis 9m22s 
by Andre Silva, Wilmington, NC
- The Fish Quenn and Fish Wrangler manage their worlds with routine precision until a disturbance in the order leaves them helpless.

(!) Donkey Harvest 11m
by Allan Brown, Montreal, QC, CANADA
- A factory worker loses his job. On his return home to his family, he embarks on a surreal journey where he is confronted with an environment at odds with his social reality.
(!) Un cadavre Exquis 10m
by Volatile Works collective, Montreal, QC, CANADA
- Adapted from the Surrealist parlor game of the same name, the Exquisite Corpse or Cadavre exquis manifests itself in the hands of five Volatile members. Operating independently over a period of months with only three seconds of film/video footage to elaborate upon, each member, in succession constructed the ‘corpse,’ the sum of our collective monster, piece by piece... it’s alive, Alive!!

(!)The Presentation Theme 14m
by Jim Trainor   Chicago, IL
- A Peruvian prisoner of war finds himself outmaneuvered by a hematophagous priestess. Based on a true story.

(!) Running Sushi 30m
by Mara Mattuschka & Chris Haring, AUSTRIA
- A film made up of dialogue between two people. Steffi and Johnny are in a running sushi restaurant. The first conversation soon explodes into a performance parallel world of unspoken thoughts and emotions. Every coming sushi evokes a story from the unconscious repertoire of the chaos of human relationships. Wish-machines are cranked up, creating grotesque parallel worlds and extreme situations.

Saturday, July 18
“Pop Culture and Outsider Film”

1:00 opening reception
        16mm installation by Projexorcism of Hickory, North Carolina.

On installation:

Video Art 5m 
by Jon Clark, Los Angeles, CA

Lake 4m
by Jake Barningham, Chicago, IL

2:00 The Films of Andy Warhol

Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol 87m
by Chuck Workman, 1990

This documentary focuses on Warhol’s modest upbringing and his eventual rise to stardom. Few people realize that Warhol’s Factory was technically a film production studio, while the films were screened to select audiences in the New York underground.

Outer and Inner Space 33m, double projection 
by Andy Warhol
-A double projection film starring Edie Segwick, Warhol “superstar”.
(!) Haircut (no.1) 24m, 
by Andy Warhol
-A film depiction of an infamous Warhol “haircut party.” 

5:15 “FluxFilm Program” 40m

Often called the ‘anti-art,’ Fluxus artists focused on minimalism to highlight the perceived connection between art and everyday objects. 

In 1963, George Maciunas, leader of the Fluxus movement, composed the first Fluxus Manifesto, which called upon its readers to:
"...purge the world of bourgeois sickness, ‘intellectual’, professional & commercialized culture ... PROMOTE A REVOLUTIONARY FLOOD AND TIDE IN ART, ... promote NON ART REALITY to be grasped by all peoples, not only critics, dilettantes and professionals ... FUSE the cadres of cultural, social & political revolutionaries into united front & action.”

The following films were curated by George Maciumas in the 1970.

works include:
George Brecht -- 'Entry-Exit'
Anonymous -- 'Eyeblink' 
George Maciumas -- 'Artype' 
Eric Andersen -- 'Opus 74, version 2' 
Chieko Shiomi -- 'Disappearing Music for Face' 
George Maciunas -- '10 Feet' 
Robert Watts -- 'Trace' 
Albert Fine -- 'Readymade' 
Paul Sharits -- 'Sears Catalogue 1-3', 'Dots 1 & 3', 'Wrist Trick', 'Unrolling Event' Yoko Ono -- 'Number 4' 
John Cale -- 'Police Car' 
Joe Jones -- 'Smoke' 
Paul Sharits -- 'Word Movie' 

6:15 William S. Burroughs Program (35 minutes)

The the films of writer William S. Burroughs were never widely shown, but were recently rediscovered by Psychic TV in a private collection. Made with Byron Gysin and Anthony Balch at the infamous “Beat Hotel” in Paris, the films attempt to project the same intensity and disoriented consciousness of Burrough’s literature. Curtasy of Cherry Red Records, London.

Films include:

“Towers Open Fire” 10m
“The Cut Ups” 20m  
“Bill and Tony” 5m 


7:00 Projexorcism from Hickory, NC,  live multi-projection film performance.

8:00 Freezer Fright

Freezer Fright 56m
by Nancy Silver, Bonnerdale, AR
- Everybody’s seen a home refrigerator freezer. Most people do not routinely clean it. This shows seven freezers and their old smelly contents. Most people were too embarrassed to show their faces so masks were suggested. Laughter helped them move thru the bacteria.

9:00 “Catfish With Falcon Wings” 
films by Jason LaRay Keener and Jeremiah Ledbetter, 
Anniston, Alabama

Athazagoraphobia 3m

I Don’t Love Anyone Anymore 2m

Hail Cracking Cobra Eggs 5m

Hallelujah! Gorilla Revival 5m

Hollow Porcelain Fish Chamber 4.5m

9:30  Outsider Short Film Program

These films represent the vast underbelly of North American film culture. Screening made possible by the Bearded Child Film Festival, Grand Rapids, Minnesota.

Programer’s Note: The following films are “indescribable,” and thus listed without description blurbs. A brief introduction about the films and their makers will precede the screening.

La Gallina Matadora 4m 
Matthew Silver & Manuel Pimentel, Bergenfield, NJ
Everything You Need 3m
by Luke Holden, Bemidji, MN
Unless You’ve Tried It, You Have No Idea How Hard It Is to Bury a Horse 3m
by Luke Holden, Bemidji, MN
Flesh Orgy of the Zombie Totem 14m
by James W. Harris, Rydal, GA
Time for Bed 10m
by Montgomery Klinefelter, Rauch, MN
The Spanky Monkey Movie -, 20m
by Micki Tschur, Colorado Springs, CO

Miss Edmonton Teen Burger 1983 in: 
It’s Party Time! 20m
by Amy Lockhart, CANADA

Royalty and Catass 20m
by The Vititoe Brothers, Louisville, KY

(!) The Milkman 8m
by Ken Takahashi, CANADA

Sunday, July 19
“Experimental Cinema”

12:30 Doors Open

On installation:
Bold Stories 15m30s
by Gennaro De Pasquale, Montreal, QC, CANADA

Window 1m
by Jeremy Newman, Mt. Laurel, NJ

1:00 Stan Brakhage Retrospective

Stan Brakhage completed over 400 films during a 50 year period, and is widely regarded as the godfather of experimental film. The films range from his very first film, Interim (1952), made at age 19, to his very last creation, The Chinese Series (2003), made at age 70. Interim is rarely shown publicly and may be his most narrative film, while The Chinese Series was literally made on his death bed by scratching with his finger nails onto film strips. Brakhage lived his life through film, and this program will provide a small sampling of his poignant first-person films.

Documentaries about Stan Brakhage include:

Brakhage 22m excerpt, 1999, by Jim Shedden 
Stan Brakhage 15m, 2003, by Pip Chodorov
Garden Path 8m, 2001, by Mary Beth Reed

Brakhage shorts include:

Interim 25.5, 1952 
Mothlight 4m, 1963
The Stars are Beautiful 19m, 1974
The Dante Quartet 8m, 1987
I... Dreaming 8m, 1988
Lovesong 7m, 2001
Chinese Series 2m, 2003

The Jesus Trilogy and Coda 
2001, 20m, presented with live sound accompaniment

4:30 Avant-Garde Classics  80m

*Oscar Fischinger “Radio Dynamics” 4m, 1942

An early pioneer of experimental geometric animation, Fischinger (1900-67) created an artistic foundation for Stan Brakhage, Len Lye and others. Fischinger struggled throughout his life to balance his artistic and commercial work, and quit Walt Disney’s Fantasia after a dispute over artistic content.

*Len Lye Retrospective 13.5m 

Another Brakhage influence, New Zealand-born Len Lye (1901-1980) pioneered a technique known as “direct animation,” a method of painting, scratching and stenciling directly onto motion picture film.

films include: Color Cry (1952), Particles in Space (1979), Tal Farlow (1980), Rhythm   (1957), Free Radicals (1958)

*Joseph Cornell Retrospective 25m

Joseph Cornell (1903-1972) is thought to be the pioneer of “found footage” collage filmmaking. The films in this program were originally made as entertainment for his invalid brother, and never intended to be shown publicly.

films include: Cotillion (1940), The Midnight Party (1940), Children’s Party (1940)

*Maya Deren “Meshes in the Afternoon” 14m, 1942

Maya Deren (1917-1961) was known as a choreographer, dancer, poet, writer and filmmaker, and was a major figure in the 1940s and 1950s avant-garde art scene.  Meshes in the Afternoon is her best known film, and is widely considered one of the most influential short films in avant-garde film history.

*Norman McLaren “Neighbors” 8m, 1952

Norman McLaren (1914-1987) was an animator best know for his work for the National Film Board of Canada. Neighbors was his most famous film, incorporating the live-object animation technique of pixilation to create a surreal, comic effect.

*George Kuchar “Wild Night in El Reno” 6m, 1977

George Kuchar (1942) became known for his “low-fi” underground films in the 1960s, and has garnished a reputation for eccentric personal documentaries in later years. Kuchar is also known for his obsession with weather, as seen in Wild Night in El Reno, filmed during a lightning storm in El Reno, Oklahoma. 

*George Kuchar “The Mongreloid”  10m, 1978

"A man, his dog, and the regions they inhabited, each leaving his own distinctive mark on the landscape. Not even time can wash the residue of what they left behind." - G.K.
*Carson Davidson “Help! My Snowman in Burning Down” 9m, 1965 
6:30 Experimental Short Film Program

Shade 2m 
by David Warren, Florida
- A recent hand-made film incorporating classic experimental film techniques.

Arterial Disposition of Thought and Being 6m20s 
by Mason Shefa, Studio City, CA
- Mason Shefa is a 15 year old filmmaker, who credits his 1st grade teacher for introducing him to the art form. In this film, an artist creates an abstract concept of individuality while painting.

What I Saw on October 32,1988 8m 
by Neil Ira Needleman, Katonah, NY
- What a glorious day! The sunlight was intense, the depth of focus was amazing, the colors were vibrant, and the shadows were rich. Do you remember where you where on October 32, 1988?
Isabell 6m
by Kathleen Rugh, Ithaca, NY
- This film presents views of a domestic space juxtaposed with audio from an elderly man’s discarded answering machine tapes. The tape was discovered in an abandoned automobile factory in Detroit and contains dialogue and messages centered around the loss of a dear friend, Isabell.

Spaces 4m 
by Josh Romphf, London, ON, CANADA
- Through seemingly banal imagery, subliminal notions of “what is” and “What-should-have-been” rise fleetingly to the surface. Spaces uses a convergence of film and video technology to explore these relationships.

All the House 6m 
by Caroline Koebel, Brooklyn, NY
-This film collects and reconfigures far-ranging source materials to ponder the November 19, 2005 killing by US Marines of 24 unarmed civilians in Haditha, Iraq. Featured is ten-year-old Iman Walid, who witnessed the slaughter of her family. The Atlantic City Massacre scene from Godfather III by Francis Ford Coppola is re-shot with a Bolex 16mm camera and then hand processed.

Destination Finale 9m15s 
by Philip Widmann, Berlin, GERMANY
- A Man travels Europe. Shortly after, American troops enter the ground war in Vietnam.

Themes and Variations for the Naked Eye 11m 
by Caitlin Horsmon, Kansas City, MO
- This film borrows objects from the still life and transforms them through the use of the extreme close-up. A curious character evokes sensuality through touch, taking the audience through excavations of a series of bodies and creating a reflexion on synchresis, objecthood and interiority.

Plastic Opera 6m 
by Matthew Perino, Boulder, CO
- A metaphor of celluloid gradually drowning in our present age of cinema, this film incorporates fourth and fifth generation optical printing to exploit the silver granules that compose the image.

One Last Shock 5m30s
by Adam Paradis, Boston, MA
- An essayistic assemblage, using 16mm educational and industrial media as its source material. This film is a confrontational look under the surface of America’s media saturated culture, into media use and manipulation, and its influential tendencies.

Emergence 4m 
by Marcin Blajecki, Poland

In the Pink 3m30s 
by R.C. Johnson, Duluth, MN

short break 8:00 45m

Troll Eyes 30m 
by Trevor Adams, Minneapolis, MN
"...the twentieth-century viewed through educational films and my own amateur films, shot by me, with a Bolex." -Trevor Adams

(!) Fraunmuskel 6m 
by Frank Biesendorfer, Colorado Springs, CO
- "Frauenmuskel is a jarring and sexually explicit film. Yet, the film holds an important dual sense of mystery that haunts long and after the film is over. Filmed during the Hermann Nitsch action of 1998, the film covers a stroll through the countryside as well as nightly impressions of the stars and clouds above Hermann Nitsch, himself" -Christopher May

(!) Lezzieflick 6m
by Nana Swiczinsky, AUSTRIA

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Space Camp Installation

CINEPLOSION Productions originated from one fateful night on July 20, 2009, following the 1st Arkansas Underground Film Festival in Hot Springs National Park.

Scorchingly hot, and after three inebriating, whirlwind days of avant-garde film and performances, festival organizer, Dan Anderson, and industrial soundsmith, Shane English, took to the loft above Low Key Arts where a hodgepodge pile of analog video gear lay melting in the thick Southern heat.

Armed with a tattered VHS of Space Camp (1986), along with English’s vast collection of experimental industrial, darkwave and underground German synth, the team blurred through an evening of analog mashups and projections, successfully capturing an hour-long performance on VHS tape.

The performance was re-created as an installation that premiered during the 2nd Arkansas Underground Film Festival in 2010, and two short clips are now available on the Internet for the first time.

The first clip documents a section of the installation in which a real-life BLACK HOLE formulated in the upper northwest corner of the performance space:

The second clip is taken from the tail end of the installation, at a point where the original Space Camp footage is almost entirely unrecognizable and mutates into a 1970s episode of Sid and Marty Krofft’s Land of the Lost.

This clip also appears to channel the supernatural vortex of Park/Whittington, a particularly haunting intersection in Hot Springs that is overlooked by the Low Key Arts building:

A full version of Space Camp is available for gallery installations (one TV/VCR, two screens, two projectors), while a VHS copy of the actual 60-minute source tape is also available upon request.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

New Video- Headache Relief

Mental Mission (Mission 10, Phase 1) - "Headache Relief"

"Guaranteed to cure headaches, migraines and intense cranial pressure. Watch repeatedly; daily."

Recorded early 2011 in Hot Springs National Park, AR, USA.

New Video - Hot White (2009)

Hot White. - Dec. 20th, 2009 @ Artmosphere in Lafayette, LA w/ Attractive & Popular. Live Visuals by CINEPLOSION

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Event challenges, terrifies San Francisco

Over the past several years, CINEPLOSION Productions, including its affiliated, Bearded Child Film Festival (2001-present), and predecessor, Montgomery Klinefelter Productions (1999-2004), has taken pride in challenging audiences to their limits of extremes.
On Friday, June 1, 2012, the Artists’ Television Access in San Francisco hosted “On Vacation: 3 Trilogies by Dan Anderson,” which consisted of a 90-minute program of approximately thirteen short films (trilogies plus bonus clips) spanning the years of 2001-2012.
We are pleased to announce that after hosting nearly one hundred various programs over the past ten-plus years, this event provided the highest ever recorded walk-out rate of a whopping 87.5 percent!
Challenging a heralded city such as San Francisco is indeed encouraging. CINEPLOSION and its affiliates will continue to serve that hardy 12.5 percent!

A belligerent, Hawaiian shirt-clad Anderson was heard garbling down Mission Street following the showing, paper-bag beverage in hand.