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November 8, 2005 > Silents on Saturdays

Silents on Saturdays

Saturday Night at the Movies - a program of silent films and live piano music, every Saturday at 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., features old tyme movie fun for the family. Located at the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum - Niles Edison Theatre at 37395 Niles Boulevard in Fremont, this theatre has its roots in the early film industry that put Niles on the map.

The movies scheduled for November include:

November 12 - Bruce Loeb at the piano

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920) John Barrymore with shorts: A Beast at Bay (1912) Mary Pickford; Pathe films: The Yawner (1907), Poor Coat (1907), Wiffles Wins a Beauty; Prize (1910), I Fetch the Bread (1906), Down in the Deep (1906).

November 19 - Judy Rosenberg at the piano

Short Subject Night: Easy Street (1917) Charlie Chaplin; The Bath Dub (1921) Billy Franey; Local Color (1916) Tom Mix; Fatty's Tin Type Tangle (1915) Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle; One Week (1920) Buster Keaton.

November 26 - Frederick Hodges at the piano

The Marriage Circle (1924) Monte Blue, Florence Vidor, Adolph Menjou with shorts: Follies, Foibles and Fashions (1903-05); A Yankee Doodle Duke (1926) Ralph Graves, Ruth Taylor

For more information, call (510) 494-1411 or visit

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