The Hollywood Theatre celebrates the Super Bowl with a movie that imagines its near-destruction: Black Sunday. Based on the only novel by Thomas Harris not to feature the Hannibal Lecter character, the 1971 thriller, directed by John Frankenheimer (The Manchurian Candidate, Ronin), tells of an unstable Vietnam vet (Bruce Dern) and femme-fatale terrorist (Marthe Keller) plotting to explode the Goodyear blimp on the 50-yard line of the big game—and the Mossad agent (Robert Shaw) who will do anything—even break international law—to stop them.
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