The Grand Theater’s 2014 Silent Film Series concludes with ‘Safety Last!’

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East Greenville — The Grand Theater’s Silent Film series continues Sunday, Nov. 23 with 1923’s “Safety Last!” featuring the pioneer of physical comedy, Harold Lloyd. This screen classic was amplified by live accompaniment by world-renowned organist, John V. Baratta, on the Grand Theater’s newly expanded historic 1923 Marr & Colton 3/13 theater organ.
There’s a special treat in store for the “Safety Last!” screening, as Barratta will be joined by The Grand Theater’s own Carl Black for a piano and organ duet. Showtime is 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 per show and are on sale at the Grand Theater box office at 252 Main St., East Greenville. No credit cards accepted. For more information about the Grand Theater 2014 Silent Film Series or current attractions, call 215-679-4300 or visit www.TheGrandTheater.org.

About The Grand Theater
The Grand Theater is located in East Greenville. First opening on Oct. 4, 1924, The Grand has been restored to its original grandeur and in 2014 celebrates its 90th anniversary. Recently named “Best Indie Theater” in PHL17’s 2014 Philly Hot List Awards the Grand is also on the agenda when the American Theater Organ Society comes to Philadelphia for its 2015 convention. The Grand is also home to the historic 1923 Marr & Colton 3/13 theater organ. The Grand Theater’s single screen, digital, Dolby 7.1 sound projection system provides quality entertainment at affordable prices. For current attractions or more information, visit www.TheGrandTheater.org or call 215-679-4300.

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