1925 • Harold Lloyd • Live Accompaniment by Bill Campbell on the Mighty Wurlitzer • Harold Lloyd is one of the most influential film comedians of the silent era, and The Freshman is one of his best feature-length comedies -- certainly his highest grossing. Lloyd is best known for his bespectacled "glasses" character, here playing a young man who goes off to college. Filmed at the Rose Bowl and around the University of Southern California, the film is widely considered one of Lloyd's most hilarious, well-made films.
PLEASE NOTE: The Organ Console will be on the right side of the stage for this presentation. It will have the music rack in place, so there will be slight obstruction of the screen for seats B 9-12, C 9-12, and D 9-12. Please be advised when purchasing tickets to this event.
Sat, Mar 16