Silent Film Classics With the 1929 Wonder Morton Organ
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This was a wonderful event - the silent movies were excellent - and the MC looked like "Money Bags" from the game Monopoly. Most of all, the Balboa theatre is a place not to be missed. We need more events like this, in period costume to match...continued
This program’s running time is approximately two hours, including intermission.
The Dancing Pig
…you must see it to believe it! c. 1907
The Golden Beetle
…a special effects color spectacular film c. 1907
…a ground-breaking film from one of Hollywood’s pioneer female directors c. 1913
The Untamable Whiskers
…a trick film from George Melies c. 1904
Trip to the Moon
…George Melies’ science fiction/comedy c. 1902
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It’s a Gift_
…Snub Pollard in a Hal Roach comedy c. 1923
Lizzies of the Field
…slapstick car chase film c. 1924
What Price Goofy
… a pioneer of situation comedy, Charley Chase stars in this hilarious film c. 1925
…Laurel and Hardy—the two geniuses of comedy are selling Christmas trees door-to-door c. 1929
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