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[This program is subject to change]

Eighteenth Annual Event
Fri. Feb. 28, 2014, starts at 7:00 p.m.

Overture by Jeff Rapsis
Welcome and Intros by Denise Morrison, Film Historian

Double Feature:

Felix in Hollywood
9 min.

(1923)

produced by Pat Sullivan
Music by Rodney Sauer

Ella Cinders
52 min.
(1926) with Colleen Moore
Music by Marvin Faulwell and Bob Keckeisen

Short Break
(1921) with Will Rogers
Music by Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra

Sat. Mar. 1, 2014, starts at 10 a.m.

Opening Titles by Rodney Sauer
Welcome
and Intros by Denise Morrison
, Film Historian

Focus on Early Animation:

(ca 1900)
The Enchanted Drawing, Aesop's Fable, Hey Diddle Didddle + one
Music by Marvin Faulwell
(1908)
with Gladys Egan
Music by Marvin Faulwell
The Patsy
75 min.
1928
with Marion Davies
—Music by Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra


Lunch Break (on your own), resuming at 1:30 p.m.

Sat. Mar. 1, 2014, starts at 1:30 p.m.

Overture by Marvin Faulwell
Welcome
and Intros by Denise Morrison
, Film Historian

Focus on Hollywood On Hollywood:

Modeling
8 min.
(1921)
animation with Koko the Clown, by Max & Dave Fleischer
—Music by Marvin Faulwell
(1918)
Cartoon created by Earl Hurd
—Music by
Rodney Sauer
Crazy to Act
20 min. 
(1927) with Oliver Hardy
Music by Jeff Rapsis
Devil Horse
54 min.  
(1926) with Rex the Wonder Horse
Music by Jeff Rapsis


Short Break


(1917)

animation by Willis O'Brien
Music by Bob Keckeisen

(1923) with Eleanor Boardman and Richard Dix
Music by
Marvin Faulwell


Supper Break, Program resuming at 7:30 p.m.

Special Dinner Event, Our Sixth Annual
CINEMA-DINNER
, 5:15-7:15 p.m.
Special Showing: 'Lost' Pickford Film
Served buffet-style$30/person [non-refundable]
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Ctr., Washburn University, Topeka, KS

Those interested in attending can make reservations by mail:
KSFF Cinema-Dinner
P.O. Box 2032
Topeka, Kansas 66601-2032

Some tickets for the dinner may be available at the KSFF event on Friday or Saturday, but early reservations are encouraged.

— This event is by reservation only. Contact us to reserve


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Sat. Mar. 1, 2014, starts at 7:30 p.m.

Overture by TBA
Intros
by by Denise Morrison, Film Historian

Focus: Charlie Chaplin - A Salute to the
Little Tramp's Centennial

(1916) animation by Movca Film
Music by
Jeff Rapsis
(1914) with Charlie Chaplin
—Music by TBA
Modern Times
87 min.
(1936) with Charlie Chaplin, with Paulette Goddard
—Introduced by Lisa Stein Haven, Film Historian
—Musical soundtrack

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