After watching Blockheads at the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum yesterday afternoon (see this and that for quick reports typed on my phone), I drove to San Francisco to see Nosferatu at the Castro—the last of four silent film screenings accompanied by the Club Foot Orchestra. Quick summary: Great movie. Great score. Horrible print. Here's … Continue reading Nosferatu & The Club Foot Orchestra
Not much to say, really. Still L&H`s best feature. The slow first 15 minutes worked better with an audience. But then, so did the rest of the movie, which always worked really well. Now, on to the Castro for Nosferatu with the Club Foot Orchestra.
I'm sitting in the Niles Essenay Silent Movie Museum, waiting for the Laurel & Hardy show to begin. First thing that hit me when I entered the lobby was the significantly larger store. Unfortunately, I arrived at the last minute and didn't have time to explore it. Continuing at intermission: Just watched Three Stooges short, … Continue reading Before Laurel & Hardy at Niles