The Women of Silent Film

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Immerse yourself in the black-and-white world of the earliest screen heroines with “The Women of Silent Film” series at the Paramount Theatre. Mega-celebs of their day, these grand dames make a grand entrance every Monday night in March.


3/4: Mary Pickford, America’s first sweetheart, stars in Heart O’ The Hills (1919)

3/11: Lillian Gish, “the First Lady of American Cinema” wears red in The Scarlet Letter (1926)

3/18: Joan Crawford is the epitome of flapper cool in Our Dancing Daughters (1928)

3/25: Greta Garbo is alluringly elusive as ever in The Kiss (1929)

Mondays in March - 7 p.m.

The Paramount Theatre
911 Pine Street
Prices vary

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