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Summer Cinema Series closes with nautical-themed comedy shorts

Posted on July 31, 2017

Four summer Mondays feature silent films and music

Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Summer Cinema Series enters its 41st season with four evenings of silent films preceded by live organ music. The Summer Cinema Series is a collaborative project of MSUM’s School of Media Arts & Design and the Red River Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society.

Closing the series on Monday, July 31, is a selection of silent comedy short films with a nautical theme —  Keaton’s The Boat, Harry Langdon’s Shanghaied Lovers, and Lloyd’s Captain Kidd’s Kids. After this showing, treats will be served in the hallway.

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Summer Cinema Series

Posted on July 05, 2017

Four summer Mondays feature silent films and music

Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Summer Cinema Series enters its 41st season with four evenings of silent films preceded by live organ music. The Summer Cinema Series is a collaborative project of MSUM’s School of Media Arts & Design and the Red River Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society.

The Series opens Monday, July 10, with three short films featuring Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd. The films are Chaplin’s The Pawnshop, Keaton’s The Blacksmith, and Lloyd’s Never WeakenRead the rest of this entry →

Summer Cinema Continues with ‘Safety Last’ Tonight

Posted on July 25, 2016

Monday, July 25 | 7:30 p.m. | Weld Hall

MSUM’s Summer Cinema continues Monday night with Harold Lloyd’s Comedy Classic “Safety Last” at 7:30 p.m. in Weld Hall. Tickets are $4.

View our previous Dragon Digest post for more information.

Summer Cinema Series Opens with Rin Tin Tin

Posted on July 08, 2013

Mondays in July feature silent films

Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Summer Cinema Series enters its 37th season Monday, July 8, with one of the original Rin Tin Tin movies. The particular film has not been selected yet, but will feature the original German shepherd dog rescued from a bombed-out dog kennel in France in 1918. Read the rest of this entry →

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