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icon_slapsticonSlapsticon 2013

SLAPSTICON – Friday

  • Directed By: Multple Directors
  • Comedy
  1. Friday, June 28, 2013 9:00 a.m.
Still image from the film Atta Boy
Friday, June 28th
8:00 am - Doors Open
9:00 am - EARLY COMEDIES:
A CHARMING VILLAIN (1916) – Smiling Billy Mason, Madge Kirby
HAM AMONG THE REDSKINS (1916) – Ham and Bud
HER ANNIVERSARIES (1917) – Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew
LOCAL SHOWERS (1916) – Musty Suffer
THE CHILD NEEDS A MOTHER (1916)- Fatty Voss
HONEYMOONING (1919) – Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven
RISKS AND ROUGHNECKS (1917) – Larry Semon
FAINT HEART AND FAIR LADY (1917) – Victor Moore
CUPIDS HOLD UP (1919) – Bobby Vernon
11:00 am - KIDS N’ ANIMALS:
THE HOME WRECKERS (1925) – Hey Fellas
NO CHILDREN (1929) – Smitty Comedy
YOUNG SHERLOCKS (1922) – Our Gang
MICKEYS TENT SHOW (1933) – Mickey McGuire
12:20pm- 2:00 pm - Lunch Break
2:00 pm - HAL ROACH COMEDIES:
FOLLOW THE CROWD (1918) – Harold Lloyd
ALL IN A DAY (1920) – Snub Pollard
ARE PARENTS PICKLES? (1925) – Paul Parrott
SOMEWHERE IN SOMEWHERE (1925) – Charlie Murray, Lucien Littlefield
NEVER TOO OLD (1926) – All-Star with Claude Gillingwater
GIRL SHOCK (1930)- Charley Chase
4:00 pm - ROB STONE RARITIES
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm - Dinner Break
8:00 pm - DYNAMITE (1919) – Lloyd Hamilton
ATTA BOY (1926) – Monty Banks
10:00 pm - WAR, ITALIAN STYLE (1967) – Buster Keaton


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Accompanying the silent comedies shown at SLAPSTICON are two of the finest silent film pianists working in the field today: Dr. Philip Carli, house accompanist of the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, and Dr. Andrew Simpson of Catholic University, Washington DC, who performs regularly at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater in Culpeper, Virginia and the National Gallery of Art. Apart from both being SLAPSTICON regulars, Drs. Carli and Simpson are both Alumni of Indiana University.