Silents Under the Stars

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

would like to thank all who came to 2015's

Silents Under the Stars


Saturday, August 8th, 2015 6pm

Check back for 2016's fun!

Just Announced!

Silents Under the Stars:

“Hart & Humor!”

image courtesy of the Seaver Center for Western History Research, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History

We are very tickled to do something a little different this year... we're going to focus on William S. Hart and his contribution to humor! Yes, you heard us right!

In addition to our Hart feature “Blue Blazes Rawden”, we'll be showing one of the most famous William S. Hart parody films, the Buster Keaton classic “Frozen North”! Come join us for these and other surprises, and prepare to have your ribs tickled as we explore Hart & Humor.

Bill Hart made such an impact on the movie-going audience, as well as on his actor peers, it was inevitable that parodies would result. Some of them Bill liked, others not so much. Probably the funniest of these is Frozen North, made by one of the greatest comedians of the 20th century, Buster Keaton.

The Hart movie we've chosen is one of Bill's best, and happens to also take place in the “north”, Blue Blazes Rawden, wherein our cowboy hero plays a lumberjack!

As always, our movie will be accompanied LIVE by Mr. Ray Lowe at the keyboard!

Before the movie, we'll enjoy western music laced with levity, direct from Frontier-Land, Mr. “Mild” Bill & his Mild Cats!

What else?

featuring music by our special guest,direct from Frontier-Land, Mr. “Mild” Bill & his Mild Cats!

But that's not all!...

Evening Mansion Tours & Patio Seating -- 6pm

Western Silent Auction

BBQ Dinner from Rattler’s -- 7pm


William. S. HART PARK



(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

SCV In The Movies

Our event will be hosted by “SCV In The Movies” hosts E.J. Stephens and Bill West


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