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THE LOOKOUT GIRL (1928) - Jacqueline Logan, Ian Keith, Lee Moran, Gladden James. Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald. ~ ~ ~ Dixie Evans (Jacqueline Logan) is a lookout girl who can't go straight. ~ ~ ~ Includes The Mystery of the Double Cross Episode 13, shorts, glass slides, a trailer and a Sunrise Snippet. Color-tinted, 119 minutes. MORE

LOVE 'EM AND LEAVE 'EM (1926) - Cast: Evelyn Brent, Louise Brooks, Lawrence Gray, Osgood Perkins, Marcia Harris. Directed by Frank Tuttle. ~ ~ ~ When Janie (Louise Brooks) is cheated out of the Welfare League money that has been entrusted to her, it's up to older sister Mame (Evelyn Brent) to get the money back. A fine performance by Evelyn Brent. Windowboxed transfer, color-tinted. 76 minutes. MORE

MABEL NORMAND FILMS - Cast: Mabel Normand, Fatty Arbuckle, Ford Sterling, Al St. John, Mack Sennett. ~ ~ ~ Five short films including a Griffith Biograph: Mabel and Fatty Viewing the World's Fair at San Francisco (1915), Barney Oldfield's Race for a Life (1913), A Muddy Romance (1913), Saved From Himself (1911), He Did and He Didn't (1916). Color-tinted, 68 minutes. MORE

THE MAN WHO LAUGHS (1928) - Cast: Mary Philbin, Conrad Veidt, Olga Baclanova, Brandon Hurst, Cesare Gravina, Stuart Holmes, Sam DeGrasse, George Siegmann, Charles Puffy, Julius Molnar, Jr., Zimbo. Directed by Paul Leni. ~ ~ ~ Gwynplaine (Conrad Veidt) is transformed into a laughing clown who isn't really laughing. Accompanied by the original Movietone soundtrack. Bizarre. Color-tinted, 144 minutes. MORE

MANTRAP (1926) - Clara Bow, Ernest Torrence, Percy Marmont, Miss DuPont, Eugene Pallette, Tom Kennedy, Josephine Crowell, William Orlamond, Charles Stevens. Directed by Victor Fleming. ~ ~ ~ After Joe Easter (Ernest Torrence) marries pretty Alverna (Clara Bow), he discovers that she can't help but flirt whenever she sees a man. One of Bow's best films. ~ ~ ~ The source print for this presentation was produced from a negative made off an original nitrate print. 64 minutes. MORE

ONE ARABIAN NIGHT (1925) - [Full Program] - Pola Negri, Ernst Lubitsch, Paul Wegener, Jenny Hasselqvist, Harry Liedtke. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. ~ ~ ~ Lubitsch and Negri go back to the 1,001 nights to recreate this tale of wondrous adventures that once took place between sun and sun. ~ ~ ~ Includes shorts, slideshows, rare footage from our screening room and a Sunrise Comment. Color-tinted, 140 minutes. MORE

ORCHIDS AND ERMINE (1927) - Cast: Colleen Moore, Jack Mulhall, Gwen Lee, Sam Hardy, Mickey Rooney. Directed by Alfred Santell. ~ ~ ~ Pink Watson (Colleen) is seeking a rich husband but finds it difficult to distinguish the wealthy men from their valets. Colleen Moore in her prime. ~ ~ ~ Includes The Mystery of the Double Cross Episode 12, Glass Slides, a Sunrise Snippet and a Trailer. Color-tinted, 99 minutes. MORE

PEARL WHITE FILMS - Cast: Pearl White, Arnold Daly, Creighton Hale, Sheldon Lewis. ~ ~ ~ Three short films from two of Pearl's serials, THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE and THE IRON CLAW: The Hidden Voice (1915), The Death Ray (1915), The Hooded Helper (1916). Color-tinted, 76 minutes. MORE

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925) - (The Rarely Seen Original Version) - Cast: Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry, Arthur Edmund Carewe, Gibson Gowland, John Sainpolis, Snitz Edwards, Virginia Pearson. Directed by Rupert Julian. ~ ~ ~ The Phantom (Lon Chaney) haunts the Paris Opera House as he relentlessly pursues the winsome Christine Daae (Mary Philbin). Transferred from a copy of the original film, our version contains different scenes from the later edited version usually presented in home video editions. Color-tinted, 104 minutes. MORE

PICCADILLY (1929) - Cast: Gilda Gray, Anna May Wong, Jameson Thomas, King Ho-Chang, Cyril Ritchard, Charles Laughton. Directed by E. A. Dupont. ~ ~ ~ A stylish nightclub drama about a beautiful Chinese dancer (Anna May Wong) who replaces the star of the Piccadilly (Gilda Gray) and steals the affections of her lover. The tensions mount and ultimately lead to murder. See Gilda Gray perform her famous shimmy dance in this film. Color-tinted, 110 minutes. MORE

THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY (1925) - Joseph Schildkraut, Jetta Goudal, William Boyd, Vera Reynolds. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. ~ ~ ~ The principle characters travel through time to discover that which is timeless. ~ ~ ~ Includes The Mystery of the Double Cross Episode 15, a short film, glass slides, a trailer and a Sunrise Snippet. Color-tinted, 165 minutes. MORE

RUBBER TIRES (1927) - Bessie Love, Harrison Ford, Erwin Connelly, Junior Coghlan, May Robson, John Patrick. Directed by Alan Hale. ~ ~ ~ A cross-country road trip with Bessie and Harrison. Cars, scenery, a snappy script and the two stars make this one great fun. Transferred from a very good to excellent print. Includes four short Krazy Kat films. Color-tinted, 61 minutes. MORE

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