NILES ESSANAY SILENT FILM MUSEUM.
Saturday, June 30 7:30 PM
Suggested member donation $5, not yet member $7
Greg Pane (piano)
THE MAN WHO HAD EVERYTHING
(1920, Goldwyn Pictures)
Jack Pickford plays a rich young man who has
everything except the spark that constitutes a satisfied
life. When he almost runs over a blind man with his
car, the man curses him with the words, “May you always
have everything you want.” Pickford shows that
his sister Mary wasn’t the only one in his family with
Preceded by shorts:
FRESH PAINT (1920, Rolin) Snub Pollard
A ROMAN SCANDAL (1919, Christie) Colleen Moore
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