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THE COMEDY COOKIE JAR #1- SILENT SCREEN SUNDAYS

, , , Sun., Jan. 25, 7:30-9:45 p.m.
510-472-3170

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THE COMEDY COOKIE JAR #1- SILENT SCREEN SUNDAYS
The Excelsior Moveable Movie Palace comes to the Art House Gallery with Silent Screen Sundays! Kicking off the new series of monthly movie shows (with live accompaniment by Ellen Hoffman) is the "Comedy Cookie Jar #1", Jazz-Age laughs from comic masters of the '20s. See Snub Pollard, Our Gang, Harry Langdon, Charley Chase and Laurel & Hardy, with a special novelty starring Rudolph Valentino. Hosted by 'Celluloid Rose' (Annie Lore), who will also sing a number or two. Suggested Donation $5-10
Art House Gallery & Cultural Center 2905 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley (map)

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Sulphur Cinema

, Sat., Jan. 31, 8-11 p.m.
262-302-9035
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Sulphur Cinema presents: Sulphur Cinema's Make A Movie in A Month. In December, A public invitation was announced asking artists to submit recent experimental films (under 5 minutes). These exciting and provocative shorts will be screened at Turpentine Gallery. Free
Turpentine Gallery 557 Forest St., Oakland (map)

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