HUMORESQUE (1920)

Silent with live musical accompaniment by Gabriel Thibaudeau

Screening in 35mm

Director Frank Borzage and screenwriter Frances Marion make beautiful music out of Fannie Hurst's famous tale. After years of hard work, Gaston Glass achieves success as a concert violinist, allowing him to move his mother (Vera Gordon) out of the tenements and into a fashionable uptown apartment, and to propose to childhood sweetheart Alma Rubens. But after his arm is badly injured during service in the Great War, all seems lost. DIR Frank Borzage; SCR Frances Marion, Fannie Hurst, from her story; PROD William Randolph Hurst. U.S., 1920, b&w, 71 min. NOT RATED
In association with the Washington Jewish Music Festival

No passes accepted.

71 Minutes
Drama

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