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  • Georges Melies Cine-Concert

    Created to celebrate the 150th birthday of Georges Melies, the pioneering French fantasy filmmaker, this program combines excerpts from his films, narration, and live piano accompaniment by his great-great-grandon, Lawrence Leherissey-Melies. more...
  • Girl Shy (NR)

    Harold Lloyd, resident nebbish of Little Bend, California, writes a book on how to succeed with women, even though he can't stop stuttering when he looks a girl in the face. more...
  • The Goose Woman (NR)

    Based on a sensational real-life murder case, this 1925 silent melodrama stars Louise Dresser as a woman who gave up her opera career years earlier to become a mother and now putters around her ramshackle house alone, hitting the bottle and listening to a wax cylinder of herself back in the good old days. more...
  • Grandma's Boy

    Harold Loyd stars as a meek homebody who uses a magical amulet to overcome his lack of confidence and capture the town ne'er-do-well. more...
  • Greed

    Erich von Stroheim's 1924 silent classic is more famous for its original eight-hour version than for this cut that MGM carved out of it (though apparently there were several prerelease versions, which Stroheim screened privately for separate groups). more...