Friday, July 7th, 2017 @ 7PM in Manhattan [silent film accompaniment]
When: Friday, July 7th @ 7PM
What: The Last Man on Earth (1924)
Directed by J. G. Blystone, 70 min, USA. Screenplay by Donald W. Lee, from a story by John D. Swain. With Earle Foxe, Grace Cunard, Derelys Perdue. 35mm.
*This program accompanies Preservation Premiere: It’s Great to Be Alive.
It’s 1954, and the dread disease masculitis has purged the world of men, except for one sad specimen, a rejected suitor (Earle Foxe) who has been living as a hermit since his childhood sweetheart (Derelys Perdue) threw him over. He’s found by Gertie the Gangster (the serial star Grace Cunard) who sells him to the US government for $10 million—though just which state gets him will be decided by a boxing match on the floor of the US Senate.
Where: Museum of Modern Art
11 East 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019
Nearest Subway: 5 Ave/53 St on M/V, 57 St on F, 47-50 Sts on B/D/F/M
Admission: $12 ($10 for senior citizens, $8 for students / free for Museum members)
Admission to the day’s film program is free for Museum ticket holders, but separate screening tickets are required. A film admission ticket does not include admission to the Museum galleries. The price of a film admission ticket may be applied toward the price of a Museum admission ticket or MoMA membership within 30 days.