Greetings and salutations everybody and welcome to the third and final day of the 22nd ANNUAL BRONCHO BILLY SILENT FILM FESTIVAL here at the Edison Theater, the home of the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum! A lot of fun and excitement took place on Sunday, so folks, if you don't mind, let's get this day started!
The morning program was entitled THEY RODE OUT OF THE SILENT SCREEN, which was hosted by friend of the museum Larry Telles.
The early afternoon screening was 16mm SURVIVORS: THE ROLE OF THE 16mm COLLECTORS IN FINDING LOST FILMS.
The late afternoon program was the screening of LORRAINE OF THE LIONS.
Well folks, there you have it! Another great festival and another great
time at the museum. Remember that the museum has weekly Saturday shows,
and they will also be showing Laurel and Hardy talkies on Sunday afternoons. To learn more
about the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum, how to become a member, and
view their film schedule, visit their website at www.nilesfilmmuseum.org.
Thanks for reading, and enjoy the show!