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SILENT MOVIE: “The Doll” plus “Young Mr. Jazz”

7:30PM (Doors open 7PM)

TICKETS: $10 at:

Any unsold tickets available at the door

The Doll (1919), directed by Ernst Lubitsch. Plus Harold Lloyd in Young Mr. Jazz (1919)

Featuring live piano by Rodney Sauer to accompany this wacky, rambunctious comedy

Costumes encouraged! ...A trip back 100 years in film making.

“The Doll” is full of whimsy, broad comedy, and plenty of Mel Brooks-style wackiness, and was a major hit at the 2017 San Francisco Silent Film Festival. It was attacked by the church for its unflattering portrayal of a bunch of hedonistic monks, and maybe also for its plethora of visual and verbal double-entendres; but despite very European sensibilities, it’s fine for an audience of all ages.

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