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Weird Wednesday. November 9th - July 17th Jones 91 min DCP. The New Kids Sean S. Cunningham min 35mm.
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Prayer of the Rollerboys Rick King 95 min 35mm. Son of Blob Larry Hagman 91 min 35mm. Hosted by filmmaker William Hellfire. Stunt Rock Brian Trenchard-Smith 86 min 35mm. Hosted by real life wizard Devin Person. Hosted by Screen Slate's Jon Dieringer. Walking the Edge Norbert Meisel 93 min 35mm. Kentucky Fried Movie John Landis 93 min 35mm. The Body Beneath Andy Milligan 82 min 35mm. Making Mr. Right Susan Seidelman 98 min 35mm. Castellari 89 min 35mm. Death Race Paul Bartel 80 min 35mm. Werewolves on Wheels Michel Levesque 95 min 35mm. Mark of the Witch Tom Moore 84 min 35mm.
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Tjut Djalil 82 min 35mm. Get Crazy Allan Arkush 92 min 35mm. The Island Michael Ritchie min 35mm. Moment by Moment Jane Wagner min 35mm. Cool as Ice David Kellogg 91 min 35mm. Dream a Little Dream Marc Rocco min 35mm. Stone Cold Craig R. Baxley 92 min 35mm. When the characters were adapted to the television series , Charles Addams gave her the name "Wednesday", based on the well-known nursery rhyme line, "Wednesday's child is full of woe. Child of woe is wan and delicate Wednesday's most notable features are her pale skin and long, dark braided pigtails.
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She seldom shows emotion and is generally bitter. Wednesday usually wears a black dress with a white collar, black stockings and black shoes. In the s series, she is sweet-natured and serves as a foil to the weirdness of her parents and brother, although her favorite hobby is raising spiders ; she is also a ballerina. Wednesday's favorite toy is her Marie Antoinette doll, which her brother guillotines at her request.
She is stated to be six years old in the television series' pilot episode. In one episode, she is shown to have several other headless dolls as well. She also paints pictures including a picture of trees with human heads and writes a poem dedicated to her favorite pet spider, Homer. Wednesday is deceptively strong; she is able to bring her father down with a judo hold. Wednesday has a close kinship with the family's giant butler Lurch. In the TV series, her middle name is "Friday".
In the film, she is depicted in a darker fashion.
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She shows sadistic tendencies and a dark personality, and is revealed to have a deep interest in the Bermuda Triangle and an admiration for an ancestor Great Aunt Calpurnia Addams who was burned as a witch in In the sequel, she was even darker: she buried a live cat, tried to guillotine her baby brother Pubert, set fire to Camp Chippewa and possibly scared fellow camper Joel to death. These films were the first version of The Addams Family in which violent or horrific acts could be depicted on-camera rather than implied, which makes Wednesday's personality difficult to define: in the first film, she is seen to successfully electrocute her brother Puggsley in an electric chair , but she and Morticia express no surprise that he is not killed nor even harmed.
In the animated series and Canadian TV series The New Addams Family from the s, Wednesday retains her appearance and her taste for darkness and torture; she is portrayed as having her parents' consent to tie Puggsley to a chair and torture him with a branding iron and ice pick. In the Broadway musical The Addams Family: A New Musical , she is 18 years old and has short hair rather than the long braids in her other appearances. Her darkness and sociopathic traits have been toned down, and she is in love with and revealed to be engaged to Lucas Beineke.
In the musical Wednesday is older than Pugsley. In the parody web series Adult Wednesday Addams , Wednesday, as played by Melissa Hunter, recovers her dark, sociopathic and sadistic nature although as in the originals any actual horrific acts are only implied and may or may not occur off-camera and her long braids, connecting with the events and the depiction of the movies and the original comic-book. This Wednesday deals with being an adult after moving out of her family home.
In the animated version , she retains her emotionless nature and sadistic tendencies, trying to bury Pugsley and tormenting a bully at school. However, she's also bored of her macabre and sheltered life, wanting to see the world despite Morticia's objections. This leads to her befriending Parker Needler and the two taking on several of each other's traits, with Wednesday at one point wearing colorful clothes. Over the years, Wednesday has been portrayed by a variety of actresses, on television, the movies, and stage:. Wednesday is played by Lisa Loring in the original TV series, though far less malevolent than described by the cartoons.
In the first animated series from Hanna-Barbera, her voice was done by Cindy Henderson.