Saturday, August 13th, 2016 @ 2:30PM in Manhattan [silent film accompaniment]

When: Saturday, August 13th at 2:30PM
What: SO THIS IS PARIS (1926)
Dir. Ernst Lubitsch, 70 min. With Monte Blue, Patsy Ruth Miller, Lilyan Tashma

The overlooked Monte Blue, one of Warner Brothers’ big names of the 1920s, stars with Patsy Ruth Miller in this frothy confection directed by Ernst Lubitsch. After years in Germany, Lubitsch had come to America in 1923 and established his “Lubitsch Touch” in Hollywood with films like this,  The Marriage Circle (’24) and Lady Windermere’s Fan (’25). Another great director, Leo McCarey, guides Charley Chase through his misadventures in our two-reel opener Innocent Husbands (’25).

Where: Bruno Walter Auditorium at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023
Nearest Subway: 66th Street/Lincoln Center on 1

Admission: Free. Our members – the Friends of the Silent Clowns – are guaranteed a seat at our shows provided they call or e-mail to make a reservation.  We typically fill the auditorium and encourage our members to reserve a seat and arrive before 2:15 pm to check in with Lydia, our box office representative. Two rows of seats are held for our members, one closer to the front of the auditorium and one closer to the back. Call 212-712-7237 or e-mail For more details:

Saturday August 13th, 2016 by Makia Matsumura
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  1. Dear Ms. Matsumura,
    I want to thank you again, and repeat myself after having taken in your splendid performance today at the Bruno Walter Auditorium, after which I went forward to offer my sincere congratulations to you in person while on stage. I thought your performance was sterling, clear, precise and extremely well timed with the images on screen. Both films scoring by yourself were natural, belonged. I have listened for years at theses film showcases with Ben Model, you are easily on par with him, flawless.

    I also listened just now to your “Ashes of Vengeance: A Rhapsody,” and insist you should have it recorded with orchestra on CD, it’s a beautiful moving composition. Your a great artist and deserving of recognition.

    All my best wishes for continued success and happiness,
    Glen Weisberg

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