PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, THE UNHOLY THREE, OLIVER TWIST, WEST OF ZANZIBAR AND FOUR OTHER LON CHANEY CLASSICS by Charlie Lustman
Lon Chaney: The Man Of A Thousan Faces returns to the big screen in April, 2001, when The Silent Movie Theatre presents eight of this great actor's classic films.
THE LYRIC POET OF THE SILENT SCREEN: A PROFILE OF BUSTER KEATON by Chris Wood
A portrait of The Great Stoneface, a truly great comic genius.
THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI by Jon Bastian
The most influential film that no one has ever seen is absolutely worth watching -- if you can leave your modern biases behind.
THE GENERAL, COPS, THE PLAYHOUSE by Jon Bastian
Whether you've never seen a Buster Keaton film or you're a big fan, these three classics from Kino on Video showcase this legendary genius of the silent era.
THE GOLD RUSH by Michael Koenig
A Tramp seeks love and wealth in Chaplin's masterpiece, which blends comedy and pathos with a dream-like simplicity.
THE GOLEM by Michael Koenig
A clay statue is brought to life in order to save the Jewish ghetto of Prague, but soon turns against his master in this German silent classic.
THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY by Del Harvey
Barely 10 minutes long, it was the first of its kind and it helped create a multi-billion dollar industry.
GREED by Michael Koenig
Turner Classic Movies' version of Erich von Stroheim's mulilated classic is a remarkable glimpse at one of the greatest films that we will never see.
OUR HOSPITALITY by Del Harvey
A minor, early film from The Great Stoneface, Buster Keaton.