On Monday, October 22, the Silent Film Society is presenting a screening of the original “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” at the historic Portage Theater. How historic is it? It opened in 1920, the same year the film was released!
To really give you a sense of how it must have felt back in 1920, the screening will also be accompanied by live organ music. Tickets aren’t early 20th century prices, but they’re still not bad: they’re $10 if you buy them in advance and $12 at the box office on the day of the show.
Can’t make it? Get the movie* and watch it at home. You’ll have to provide your own organ, though.