Program 5: Leisure Time: Recreational Hazards
Sunday, September 15, 2013, 5:00 p.m.
Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2
Includes the following films:
Love and Sour Notes
1916. Directed by John G. Blystone. An L-KO Production. With Billie Ritchie, Peggy Pearce, Fatty Voss, Henry Bergman, Frank J. Coleman. When Billie gets booted from the local orchestra for his lousy trombone playing, he plans his revenge for their upcoming concert. 10 min.
Getting to the Ball Game
1914. Directed by Charles H. France. With Arthur Housman, Helen Bauer, Yale Benner, Charles Sutton, Charles McGee, George Robinson, Gladys Hulette. Housman encounters a variety of obstacles en route to the polo grounds. New MoMA restoration. 10 min.
Rough and Ready Reggie
1917. Director unknown. A Klever Komedy/Paramount Production. With Victor Moore, Emma Littlefield, Davy Don. After effeminate Reggie is picked on by the men at his club, a rough and ready ancestor appears to him and inspires him to become the ultimate he-man. 10 min.
1919. Director unknown. A Morris Schlank/Arrow Production. With Hank Mann, Madge Kirby, Vernon Dent, James T. Kelly. Hank gets embroiled in horse race intrigue. 20 min.
Free and Easy
1921. Director unknown. A Jack White/Educational Production. With Jimmie Adams, Lige Conley, Elinor Lynn (aka Marion Mack). Two bums end up as part of a hunting party. 20 min.
The Duck Hunter
1922. Directed by Roy Del Ruth. A Mack Sennett Production. With Billy Bevan, Mildred June, Kewpie Morgan, Irene Lentz, George O’Hara, Al Cooke, Jack Cooper, Bobby Dunn, Teddy. Billy gets in trouble with his boss, and runs afoul of him again while duck hunting. 20 min.
In the Film exhibition Lame Brains and Lunatics: Cruel and Unusual Comedy, Part 4
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