You’re Invited!

14 Apr

Date:   Thu, 12 Apr 2012 23:01:47 -0400 (EDT)
Hi folks,

Please come to our Biograph night at the Mary Pickford Studio this coming
Monday. I think I can guarantee that you won’t have seen more than two of
the seven shorts we’re showing, if that! Live music by Robert Israel.
Help us save the Institute!!!! Donations accepted!!! The TCM festival will
be over, so join us for a memorable Monday! Digital projection, with three
titles from custom blu-ray disks. Take a look!

Thanks to Karl Holmberg!

— David DeWitt

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  1. timerider

    April 14, 2012 at 2:50 pm

    My cousin lives in Port Indian Norristown,PA. Very close to him was a lot of buildings on the river that were used as studios in the silent era. I think they have been all torn down for apts or condos. It’s sad that we lose so many early movie landmarks. Thinking of the silent era, I knew a woman related to the Gish sisters. These girls were very attractive and talented in that time. Mary Pickford was one of the most popular and her name is remembered more than most. For me the Little Tramp and Fairbanks are favorites and the actresses are very special in their actions. The actors of today that say the least attract me like Demi.