A new film group centered around the Golden Age of Comedy is being organized in Atlanta as a group within Meetup.com. Although primarily Laurel & Hardy, note that Keaton, et al, including their silents will be included in the film programs. Search "Laurel and Hardy film buffs" at www.meetup.com.
THE GENERAL and STEAMBOAT BILL have been shown in Atlanta with my scores, and I will be doing Ernst Lubitsch's THE LOVES OF PHAROAH at Emory on April 3.
Can anyone remember the band that played for "Phantom of the Opera" at the Homage in L5P? They killed it...
Homage use to do this back in the 90s. Smoke did the music for a screening of Nosferatu.
Didn't Jeffrey Butzer already do live scores to Buster Keaton films in Atlanta? It's not that people can't repeat things, but I thought this was worth noting.
Do we have permission to slap the shit out of anyone who talks during these films?
Too bad the guy Marky Mark blinded during a hate crime won't be able to see this flick. Or is that a blessing in disguise? I've never liked this prick since I found out about that.
A stunt bump and a stunt lump? Marky Mark's rhymes are still the wackest.
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