From Auburn Silver Screen
Wow. It is a testament to Keaton that the movie is still hysterically funny 78 years later. (And I daresay it is better than the recent comedies I've suffered through.)
It is an additional treat to see it to live organ accompaniment provided by Blaine Gale, resident accompanist at the Organ Loft. To see it at the Capitol Theatre, to live accompaniment... well, it's as close as a kid born in the late 1970s can get to 1927, and see how his grandparents experienced the movies.
And it doesn't have to stop, yet.
The Organ Loft has just begun its fall silent film series. Charlie Chaplin's The Gold Rush is coming soon...