The sounds of silents

Klose, Robert
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/18/99, Vol. 91 Issue 57, p22
Recounts the author's experience taking his teenaged son to two silent films. The son's loudness as a teen; Classics film night at the Bangor Opera House; Showing of `The Phantom of the Opera,' with Lon Chaney, and `The Gold Rush,' with Charlie Chaplin; The son's reaction to the films.


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