John Barrymore in The Beloved Rogue: Silent Film With Live Music
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parking was in a lot by the front door, the entrance After the library and park. We went into the library entrance and parked on the curb in back of the theater. The back doors were open, but there was only space for about 9 cars. I recommend the parking lot, also accessible if you continue on your right, past the library and the park.Catskill Puppet Theater's The Lion's Whiskers travel • Apr 29 2014 star this tip starred
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A Washington Post Editor’s Pick
Shown on 16mm with commentary by film historian/projectionist Bruce Lawton