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Dude! Bowling Shirt Means FREE Popcorn at Tin Theater’s ‘The Big Lebowski’!


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DUDE…if you wear a bowling shirt, you’ll get a FREE serving of popcorn at BTB Advertiser The Tin Theater’s showing of the classic “The Big Lebowski,” which starts tonight (Friday, June 15) and continues through June 20 as part of their third anniversary celebration!

As any B-Town Hipster knows, “The Big Lebowski” has become a cult phenomenon since its release in 1998.

Starring Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi, John Tuturro (as Jesus) and many others, this Coen Brothers film has taken off a life of its own, even inspiring a festival that tours the country (FYI, it’s coming to Seattle in August, with a bowling party at Roxbury Lanes Aug. 11!).

And as any hipster also knows, “The Dude” character played by Bridges was inspired by Jeff Dowd, a member of the anti-war radical group the Seattle Liberation Front.

Here are some videos. Now go find your bowling shirt! (WARNING: this film is Rated ‘R’ and contains strong language!)

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5 Responses to “Dude! Bowling Shirt Means FREE Popcorn at Tin Theater’s ‘The Big Lebowski’!”
  1. Howard & Marge says:

    Come buy your bowling shirts at Howard & Marge Boutique (open ’til 7:00pm Fri) at the corner of 9th and 152nd street, just a few doors down from the Tin Theater! Sounds like a great time! Don’t forget to order your White Russian 🙂

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  2. TcB says:

    That rug really tied the room together

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  3. Ian Gunsul says:

    Nobody calls me Lebowski. You got the wrong guy. I’m the Dude, man.

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  4. Shari says:

    so it sounds like Lebowski might have the potential to be for the Tin Theater what the midnight showing of Rocky Horror used to be for Neptune in terms of audience…participation. I can see the crowds in bowling shirts and bathrobes lined up along 152nd now.

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  5. Careful, Man, There’s a Beverage Here!

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