Second Annual Silent Film Performance.
The film is most notable for the grand sets that recall 15th century Paris as well as Lon Chaney's performance and spectacular make-up as the tortured bell-ringer of Notre Dame. The film elevated Chaney, already a well-known character actor, to full star status in Hollywood. It also helped set a standard for many later horror films, including Chaney's "The Phantom of the Opera" in 1925. Our First Annual Silent Film.
Join Rasaan Bourke and Hornist, Thomas Giles has they bring this Classic 1923 Film Hunchback of Notre Dame to life with an improvised live soundtrack!
Our Reuben Midmer Pipe Organ, installed in 1895, has a fascinating history and is now complemented well under Mr. Bourke as he serves in the role of Director of Music and Curator of our three Pipe Organs. The year 2020 will mark the 125th Anniversary of our Reuben Midmer Pipe Organ.
General Admission for all attendees is $10 and will ONLY be sold at the door on the night of the Film Performance. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the film.