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10 AM - 10 PM, SAT. MAR. 18, 2000 
White Concert Hall, Washburn University, 17th & Jewell, Topeka, KS 
Charlie ChaplinBuster KeatonTom MixD. W. Griffith
Morning Program --starts 10 a.m.

Welcome / Introductions

Magic Films
The Surf Girl
The Masquerader

The Cameraman




Dr. Marvin Faulwell

Denise Morrison

a selection of early shorts
Sennett/Keystone Cops short
Arbuckle/Chaplin short
--music by Dr. Faulwell, organist

Keaton feature, 
--music by Mont Alto Orchestra

Lunch Break (on your own) 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Afternoon Program --starts 1:30 p.m.
The Mystery of the
Leaping Fish
Sky High
The New York Hat

Peter Pan




Douglas Fairbanks short

Tom Mix western feature
D.W. Griffith short 
--music by Dr. Faulwell, organist

Live action fantasy feature,
--music by Mont Alto Orchestra

Dinner Break (on your own) 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Evening Program, starts 7 p.m.
You're Darn Tootin'

Soldier Man



Laurel & Hardy short
--music by Mont Alto Orchestra

Harry Langdon comedy short
1st ever A A for Best Picture 
--music by Dr. Faulwell, organist

Betty Bronson as Peter PanOliver Hardy and Stan LaurelHarry LangdonBuddy Rogers in "Wings"
This festival is FREE and open to the public, and has been underwritten by: Jayhawk Sate Theatre, KTWU Channel 11, Friends of the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library, Gault-Hussey Charitable Trust, Copy Center of Topeka, Wolfe's Cameras, Camcorders & Computers, Dickinson Theatres, Inc. Shawnee Heights Senior High School, Duncan's Movie Magic, Reuter Organ Company, Furr's Family Dining & James P. Erickson.

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