Silents Under the Stars
   
 
When?

Thank you all for coming to

The Friends Of Hart Park
and the
 William S. Hart Park & Museum presentation of the:

2013 Silents Under the Stars

Hope you enjoyed the new look of the park!

Keep your eyes peeled here, as we plan the

2014 Silents Under the Stars!

The Fun we had!

We are very pleased to announce that we're showing a hard-to-find William S. Hart film from 1920 called

"The Cradle of Courage"!

Hart plays a WWI vet, returning home to San Francisco from the battlefields of France, and facing some tough decisions about returning to the family "business"!

We will also be showing another classic silent film shot in the Bay area. It stars one of Bill's more celebrated western contemporaries, Broncho Billy Anderson. Ride the trail with him in the 1913 western short

"The Making of Broncho Billy"

What else?

Together with our double feature, our famous silent auction and a lip-smacking dinner "Under the Stars" come enjoy the western and bluegrass stylings of the

The All Digital String Band

We're also pleased to announce short talks on the films by our Projectionist and Friend, Film Historian and Preservationist David Shepard.

also featuring:

Evening Tours & Patio Seating -- 6pm

Western Silent Auction

BBQ Dinner from Rattler’s -- 7pm

Where?

William. S. HART PARK

at HART HALL

24151 NEWHALL AVE.

(formerly San Fernando Rd.)

Newhall, CA

 

From L.A. area, take I-5 North, Golden State Freeway, to I-14 North, Antelope Valley Freeway  

Exit at Newhall Avenue (the old San Fernando Road) West, which is the first off-ramp.

Turn right (North) on Newhall Avenue (the old San Fernando Road).

Travel about 1 miles and cross the railroad tracks.

Just after crossing the railroad tracks, the Park is on your left.

Once you have come through the main gate, park anywhere in the lower lot. Do not go up the hill in your vehicle.

Proceed to Will Call at Hart Hall to check in and pick up your ticket.

Click here for a map

David Shepard

Featuring film introductions by our friend, projectionist and film preservationist, David Shepard


 

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