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Silent Movie Day


Friday, September 29, 2023 | 5:30pm

Little Theatre 1 (240 East Ave.)

Doors at 5:00pm

Standard ticket prices
Tickets available online in advance, or at the door.

Screening as part of Silent Movie Day | Filmed in the deserts of California (in what is now the Joshua Tree National Park), Clash of the Wolves marks the cinematic pinnacle of the original Rin Tin Tin, a German shepherd rescued from a World War I battlefield, and brought to America where he became a screen sensation. Rinty stars as Lobo, leader of a pack of wolves hunted by the authorities. Through an act of kindness, prospector Dave Weston (Charles Farrell, 7th Heaven), earns Lobo’s trust. And when a claim-jumper attempts to murder Weston, Lobo performs extraordinary feats to demonstrate the depths of his loyalty.

Inducted into the National Film Registry in 2004, Clash of the Wolves is restored and presented with a new musical score composed and performed by Ben Model.

1hr 14mins | Drama | 1925 | USA
Silent, with English intertitles
Not rated
Directed by Noel M. Smith

About Silent Movie Day

Silent Movie Day is an annual celebration of silent movies that anyone can take part in. We believe that silent film is a vital, beautiful, and often overlooked part of film history. Our goal is to advocate for its presentation and preservation.

This day provides an opportunity for academics, aficionados, programmers, archivists and enthusiasts to gather around their shared appreciation of this unique period in visual arts and culture. It is also a time to rally around silent film initiatives for preservation and access, as well as raise awareness of the small percentage of film that remains from this period of the motion picture industry. Read more