Join us for our monthly program of favorite early comedians and pranksters: A compilation of shorts from Buster Keaton, Laurel & Hardy, Charlie Chaplin, and Harold Lloyd will be presented with live musical accompaniment.
"Pay Day," (1922, 28 min) Chaplin as a construction worker celebrates pay day by going to the bar - and trouble erupts.
"Fast Company," (1924, 20 min) The cuties from Our Gang and Little Rascals star in this adorable take on "The Prince and the Pauper."
"Neighbors," (1920, 18 min) Buster Keaton has a Romeo and Juliet-style romance with a young woman who lives on the other side of the fence separating their two tenement buildings.
"Get Out and Get Under," (1920, 25 min) Harold Lloyd might have to give up his starring role in a play (to his rival, no less) when his car stalls on the way to the theater.