Film Friday | Weekly Roundup

Wow, it’s been both a short, too-fast week and a really long one. Things have been pretty quiet on the blog, but Pretty Clever Film Gal has some awesome things in the works. And let me just say, friends and neighbors, Toronto is a great place to hang your hat if you love classic movies. I know what you’re thinking… New York? Yes, New York has an endless supply of everything, including classic films. But the problem is, it’s an endless supply and it’s easy to get choice paralysis and not partake at all. I’m sorry, New York, but it’s Toronto that offers choices like Monday’s Toronto Theatre Organ Society‘s screening of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in a castle, with Wurlitzer organ accompaniment. That’s pretty priceless. But I digress… as always, Pretty Clever Film Gal has scoured the interwebs for you, so let’s get to it. Happy reading and happy viewing!

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About prettycleverfilmgal

Social media consultant, blogger for hire, and lover of classic movies and silent films. I often watch, consider, and write about movies when I should really be doing other things.

Posted on November 11, 2011, in Miscellany and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Admittedly, the “3D Chaplin” does sound barf-worthy, but when the subject came up on the Nitrateville silents forum David Shepard informed the commenters that he is involved along with some other worthy cinemaphiles, so maybe it’s not quite as bad as it might otherwise be.

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