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Pam Grier to meet fans during film festival in Redford

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Fans can celebrate the works of Pam Grier this weekend in Redford.

The iconic 70s star, know for her roles as tough, sexy, street smart women overcoming impossible odds, will greet fans and sign autographs during the Pam Grier Film Festival Feb. 21-22 at the Redford Theatre.

Tickets are $6 for the following screenings:
8 p.m. Friday: "Coffy" (1973).
2 p.m. Saturday: "Foxy Brown" (1974).
8 p.m. Saturday: "Jackie Brown" (1997).

More information:
17360 Lahser Rd.
www.redfordtheatre.com

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