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Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr Movie Has Local Connection

Morton Downey Jr is credited with pioneering Trash T.V. ( Geraldo, The Jerry Springer show). Where Morton Downey Jr has been known for screaming in peoples faces and even has gotten physical with the guests.

And now the director, producer, CEO of Ironbound Films, and graduate of SUNY Albany, Jeremy Newberger returns to Albany for a Screen of his movie Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr Movie.

After tonights screening at the Spectrum 8 Theaters Jeremy will Be doing a Q&A. The movie starts at 7pm.

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