Silent Films: Two Tars and Three AgesFriday, March 7 | 8 pm
East Building, Museum Auditorium
$5 Museum members, students
$7 All others
Series passes are no longer offered.
Two Tars (1928) Directed by James Parrott and Leo McCarey. Laurel and Hardy. (21 min.)
Two sailors on leave pick up two troublemaking flappers and prove that traffic jams and road rage are nothing new.
Three Ages (1923) Directed by Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton. Buster Keaton, Margaret Leahy, Wallace Beery. (63 min.)
Keaton contrasts the love affairs (and transport) of three swains in the Stone Age, ancient Rome, and the modern age. “With no single sustained narrative to pay obeisance to, Keaton’s invention goes calmly berserk” (The Silent Clowns).
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March 7, 2014