More Pay, Less Work: A 90th Anniversary Presentation Of The First Film Ever To Play At The Hollywood!

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More Pay, Less Work: A 90th Anniversary Presentation Of The First Film Ever To Play At The Hollywood!
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The Hollywood Theatre says
To celebrate our 90th anniversary, we present a restored 35mm print of the film that played at the Hollywood Theatre on opening day!

MORE PAY, LESS WORK (1926): Albert Gran and E.J. Ratcliffe are warring San Francisco shipping magnates; Mary Brian is Gran’s daughter and Charles (Buddy) Rogers is Ratcliffe’s athletic son. The result is a swift, exhilarating comedy, full of laughs and a nonchalant charm.

Live organ accompaniment to this silent film will be provided by Dean Lemire, longtime organist at Oaks Park Roller Rink. We’ll also be running short films from 1926 before the movie.

35mm print courtesy of the UCLA Film & Television Film Archive. Short films courtesy of film archivist Gary Lacher
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By: The Hollywood Theatre

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