Can't get enough animation? Here's an upcoming screening at the Dryden Theater...
DREAMLAND FACES present PIONEERS OF ANIMATION
This fun-filled 90-minute program for all audiences will feature some of the most inventive, entertaining, and influential American cartoons from the silent era, featuring: Felix the Cat, Bobby Bumps (and his Goatmobile), Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and very early puppet animation.
Here's what will be screening:
SCALING THE ALPS (Paul Terry and Mannie Davis, US 1923
DOMESTIC DIFFICULTIES (Bud Fisher, US 1916)
WEARY WILLIES (I. Freleng and Walter Lantz, US 1929)
TRAPPED (Max Fleischer, US 1921)
BREATH OF A NATION (Gregory La Cava, US 1919)
FELIX THE CAT FLIRTS WITH FATE (Otto Messmer, US 1926)
FELIX THE CAT TRIPS THROUGH TOYLAND (Otto Messmer, US 1925)
PRISCILLA AND THE PESKY FLY (W. D’Artigue Hopkins, US 1916)
THE OLD FAMILY TOOTHBRUSH (Sering D. Wilson, US 1925)
BOBBY BUMPS AND HIS GOATMOBILE (Earl Hurd, US 1916)
plus early Disney and a few surprises!
Rochester natives Dreamland Faces, featuring Karen Majewicz on accordion & Andy McCormick on musical saw, will provide spellbindingly unusual accompaniment.
Tuesday, November 16, 8:00 PM
Dryden Theatre, George Eastman House, 900 East Ave.
Tickets: $6, $5 students, $4 members