Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger: Silent Film With Live Organ
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The last date listed for Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger was Thursday October 31, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from Theatre FanRed Velvet
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What's not to love? Great seats, a pre-show recital of Bach's Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor, interesting Hitchcock flick and wonderful, accompanying organ music on the Davies Symphony's magnificent pipe organ. Not to mention plenty of folks were dressed in entertaining costumes. This is our 4th year to attend and fully intend to keep up our tradition. Thanks Goldstar for a great, cheap night!
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Had not seen The Lodger, made in 1927, so that was new. The organist was from Cleveland, and played beautiful classical and movie pieces to accompany the film. The Pink Panther and Tea for Two were among them. The music was so integral to the...continued
Run-time: Approximate 1h 30m, including intermission.
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