upcoming events

All screenings at Bangkok's historic Scala Theatre, a well-maintained beauty art retro single-screen movie theater. Read more

Burbank, California

On June 1st, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m. Famous Players Orchestra will present the 1920 silent adventure romance film, The Mark of Zorro starring Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite De La Motte and Noah Beery Sr. with a beautifully restored print screened in 16mm and featuring a period score performed by The Famous Players Orchestra under the direction of Scott Lasky. This genre-defining swashbuckler adventure was the first movie version of The Mark of Zorro. Program introduced by film historian Stan Taffel. Read more
Hosted by Scott Lasky's Famous Player's Orchestra

All sales of Douglas Fairbanks: The Fourth Musketeer go to benefit Hollywood Heritage Museum.

Pasadena, California

This season of our Silent Sundays series concludes with the two-color Technicolor 1926 swashbuckling action adventure, The Black Pirate, starring the ‘King of Hollywood’ Douglas Fairbanks, June 2nd at 2:30pm!

Legendary for his stunt work, the film contains some of his most famous stunt sequences. Fairbanks plays a 17th century Spanish nobleman seeking revenge who joins the band of pirates responsible for his father’s death. Does he win the hearts of the entire crew or will he be discovered? What happens when a princess is on board a ship they capture? This tale on the high seas will keep you entertained from beginning to end!

Live accompaniment on the Playhouse’s 1924 Mighty Wurlitzer theater pipe organ will be provided by American Theatre Organ Society’s Organist of the Year (2012) Mark Herman. Read more

This event is produced by the San Mission Gabriel Playhouse in partnership with the Los Angeles Theatre Organ Society & is a part of the Mission Playhouse Community Engagement Program, Engage!

All sales of Douglas Fairbanks: The Fourth Musketeer go to benefit Hollywood Heritage Museum.

Los Angeles, California

Stay tuned for upcoming announcements of this program.... Read more
Musical accompaniment by Cliff Retallick