Apr 10, 2012
Goin' to Town
Genre: Comedy Directed by: Alexander Hall Starring: Mae West, Paul Cavanagh, Gilbert Emery, Fred Kohler, Marjorie Gateson, Tito Coral, Ivan Lebedeff By 1935, the Production Code had taken its toll on what Mae West could get away with, but Goin' to Town managed to more-or-less play by the rules and still emerge as a good Mae West picture.
Silent films, all the rage, featured at Niles in March
The recent Academy Awards have shown a spotlight on the artistry and films of the silent era.
3 Silent Classics By Josef Von Sternberg: Criterion Collection
The Docks Of New York 1927 // 75 Minutes // Not Rated Underworld 1927 // 81 Minutes // Not Rated The Last Command 1928 // 88 Minutes // Not Rated Released by Criterion Reviewed by Judge Daryl Loomis // August 25th, 2010 View Judge Loomis's Dossier E-mail Judge Loomis Printer Friendly Review Judge Daryl Loomis may be big game aboard a ship, but on ...
Globe and Mail
A trio of silent classics by a tyrannical genius
Silent films were at their zenith F.W. Murnau's Sunrise , Carl Dreyer's The Passion of Joan of Arc yet were about to be wiped out by sound.