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Published on May 29, 2012
Comic genius Harold Lloyd stars as "Speedy." There are gags, high jinks, impressive thrills & romance in Jazz Age New York of the 1920s. Harold Lloyd plays a perpetual thrill and job-seeker "Speedy" who ends up trying to save the city's last horse-drawn streetcar, driven by the father of his flapper sweetheart Ann Christy. It comes to a donnybrook between the transport company's hired goons and Lloyd's ragtag neighborhood stalwarts. Olde New York in all it's glory- Model T's compete with trolleys and horses, Washington Square has traffic running under the arch and through the park. There is a trip to Coney Island's Luna Park via a overcrowded subway and a crazed taxi ride to Yankee Stadium with the real Babe Ruth. Harold Lloyd's last and greatest silent picture.
This is a Live Music and Moving Pictures Special Event
Daryl Fleming and his band The Public Domain will provide musical accompaniment. Daryl Fleming has played to sold out crowds at screenings of Nosferatu and Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights" in the last year at Nitehawk.