THE CANADIAN + INTRO

Kennington Bioscope presents: THE CANADIAN, adapted by Arthur Stringer from W. Somerset Maugham’s 1913 Broadway play The Land of Promise, produced by Famous Players-Lasky, directed by William Beaudine and starring Thomas Meighan and Mona Palmer.

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KEVIN BROWNLOW’S 9.5mm SHOW

Kennington Bioscope present a further sampling from Kevin Brownlow’s extensive collection of vintage 9.5mm prints. Programme includes a five-reel print of CASANOVA (1927), directed by Alexandre Volkoff and starring Ivan Mozzhukhin, Suzanne Bianchetti and Diana Karenne.

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SILENT LAUGHTER: A Weekend of (Mostly) Silent Comedy

Kennington Bioscope presents another full weekend of (mostly) silent comedies, once again in association with Kevin Brownlow. Key silent comedy names Buster Keaton, Laurel & Hardy and Charlie Chaplin are augmented by the considerable talents of Charley Chase, Beatrice Lillie, Monty Banks and many more.

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SILENT LAUGHTER: A Weekend of (Mostly) Silent Comedy

Kennington Bioscope presents another full weekend of (mostly) silent comedies, once again in association with Kevin Brownlow. Key silent comedy names Buster Keaton, Laurel & Hardy and Charlie Chaplin are augmented by the considerable talents of Charley Chase, Beatrice Lillie, Monty Banks and many more.

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THE EXTRA GIRL

KENNINGTON BIOSCOPE presents: THE EXTRA GIRL (1923) – a comedy starring Mabel Normand, directed by F. Richard Jones and produced by Mack Sennett. Normand plays a small town girl who travels to Hollywood to escape marriage, who dreams of becoming a motion picture star.

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THE BRIDE OF GLOMDAL

KENNINGTON BIOSCOPE presents: THE BRIDE OF GLOMDAL (1926) – Carl Theodor Dreyer’s adaptation of a novel by Jacob Breda Bull provides a beautiful rural setting for the story of Tore, a young farmer, who is determined to win the hand of lovely neighbour Berit, who is promised to another.

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SECOND FIDDLE

KENNINGTON BIOSCOPE presents: SECOND FIDDLE (1923) – Kevin Brownlow will be introducing his personal film print of SECOND FIDDLE, a rare 1923 comedy-drama directed by Frank Tuttle.

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