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Coming June 9th, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m. in Burbank!!!

Famous Players Orchestra

Presents:

“A Summer Evening of Silent Comedies”

Featuring:

  • Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle in “Love” (1919)

  • Buster Keaton in “Cops” (1922)

  • Larry Semon and Stan Laurel in “Frauds and Frenzies” (1918)

  • Harry Langdon in “Saturday Afternoon” (1926)

Films screened in 35mm with hand-cranked projection by Joe Rinaudo. Featuring a period score performed live by The Famous Players Orchestra under the direction of Scott Lasky. Program introduced by film historian, Stan Taffel.

 

August 30th, 2018

FPO Returns to Cinecon 54!

 

On August 30th 2018, The Famous Players Orchestra will return to the 54th annual Cinecon Classic Film Festival in Hollywood at the Egyptian theatre. For more information on the Cinecon Classic Film Festival visit: www.cinecon.org.

 

Coming November 3rd, 2018 @ 7:00 p.m. in Burbank!!!

Famous Players Orchestra

Presents:

“The Son of the Sheik”(1926)

On November 3rd, 2018 Famous Players Orchestra will present “The Son of the Sheik” (1926) starring Rudolph Valentino and Vilma Bánky. Featuring a period score performed live by The Famous Players Orchestra under the direction of Scott Lasky. Program introduced by film historian, Stan Taffel.

Showtime is 7:00 p.m. The venue is Christ Lutheran Church 2400 West Burbank Blvd. Burbank, CA 91506. Tickets go on sale October 1st, 2018 and can be purchased from this page.

 

 

Highlights from Past Concerts:

FPO at Cinecon 53!

On August 31st 2017, The Famous Players Orchestra was honored to perform at the gala opening night of the 53rd annual Cinecon Classic Film Festival in Hollywood at the Egyptian theatre. We were thrilled to receive a standing ovation after performing our score to “Steamboat Bill Jr.” (1928). Thank you Cinecon!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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