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Colonial Theatre screens restored 35mm film "Sparrow"

  13.04.24 11:53am

PHOENIXVILLE — The Colonial Theatre will screen a restored 35mm print of “Sparrows,” a 1926 film starring Mary Pickford.

Organist Ben Model will provide live accompaniment, and Pickford historian Christel Schmidt will introduce the film. The screening will take place on April 28, 2013 at 4 p.m.

“Sparrows” is a Dickensian tale of orphans living on a baby farm run by an evil caretaker. The movie boasts highly stylized sets, including an ominous-looking swamp, and atmospheric cinematography that illustrates the growing influence of German expressionist cinema on American filmmakers in the 1920s.

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