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Rated NR · 120 minutes · 2008

Comedy, Program

Fathom and Mercury Radio Arts present Glenn Beck's "Beck '08" political comedy show broadcast live from the Majestic Theatre in Dallas into select movie theatres nationwide for One Night Only--Thursday, July 17 at 8 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. CT / 6 p.m. MT / Tape Delayed at 8 p.m. PT. Every year Glenn Beck performs a mini live tour throughout the United States covering various topics. This summer's "Beck '08 - LIVE" event is all comedy about politics. While the election often ends up being a big joke, Glenn's show is different--it's funny on purpose! In the tradition of George Carlin and Bill Cosby, Glenn's performance is equal parts storytelling and stand-up--a 120-minute show with Glenn's unique point of view. The first half of the show will take aim at an election season unlike no other--it's non-partisan and no-holds-barred. The second half is Glenn's "pull no punches" stump speech. If you've ever wondered what a politician might sound like if they told the truth and reflected the real values of real Americans, this is it! Hold on for a live experience that shows Glenn Beck to be more than just a "thinker," but a truly funny entertainer who says exactly what's on his mind. Limited seats available--don't miss your opportunity to see Glenn Beck--host of the fastest growing cable news show in America--in an exclusive, one night comedy event on the big screen! This program is not rated, but it should be treated as PG-13.

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