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FILM SCREENINGS

  • The Last of the Line (Pride of Race)

    1914. USA. Jay Hunt. Approx. 25 min.

  • The Secret Sin

    1915. USA. Frank Reicher. Approx. 65 min.

With piano accompaniment by Stuart Oderman

Saturday, September 8, 2007, 4:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • The Last of the Line (Pride of Race)

    1914. USA. Directed by Jay Hunt. With Gladys Brockwell, Tsuru Aoki. In one of the last of his films for Thomas Ince, Hayakawa plays an American Indian who battles with the U.S. Cavalry. Silent. Approx. 25 min.

  • The Secret Sin

    1915. USA. Directed by Frank Reicher. With Blanche Sweet, Thomas Meighan. Made just before his big break in The Cheat, this film, which predictably depicts opium dens and debauchery in Chinatown, features Hayakawa in a supporting role as a Chinese man. Silent. Approx. 65 min.

In the Film exhibition Sessue Hayakawa: East and West, When the Twain Met

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