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The Cloak Ox with High Noon

Part of Summer Music & Movies 2014: Playing with Time

Music: The Cloak Ox

“Andrew Broder and his wrecking crew are forging a new path with their most rockist project yet, drawing from inspirations as diverse-yet-sensible as Tom Petty and Funkadelic.” —Spin

The Minneapolitan supergroup made up of Andrew Broder, Martin Dosh, Mark Erickson, and Jeremy Ylvisaker has steadfastly ignored prevailing trends and crafted its own introspective rock and propulsive pop with a panoply of influences. The pedigreed members’ past and current endeavors include Alpha Consumer, Dosh, Fog, Andrew Bird’s band, WHY?, and others.

DJ: Jill Riley

Movie: High Noon

Directed by Fred Zinnemann

“A love classic, and essential viewing.” —Empire Magazine

Marshal Will Kane (Gary Cooper, in his Oscar-winning performance) tirelessly vows to protect his town from the feared outlaw Miller, an old nemesis. The slow build-up to Miller’s arrival and their showdown plays out over time from the marshal’s morning wedding until the outlaw’s train arrives at noon. Kane shows unwavering dedication to defending his beliefs, even if it jeopardizes his marriage and friendships. With Grace Kelly, Thomas Mitchell, and Lloyd Bridges. 1952, video, 85 minutes.


Summer Music & Movies is presented by the Walker Art Center in partnership with the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board. Support is provided by the Bentson Foundation.


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