A film projectionist and amateur detective (Buster Keaton) is framed for theft and dreams he solves the crime. Carl Sandburg's review: "The picture is worth seeing just because it has several spots that are original; they had no idea what the public wanted; they put these spots in just to be artists." Film critic Robert K. Elder will provide context and background for modern-day filmgoers. 1924. Comedy, 45 minutes. Co-sponsored with the Elmhurst History Museum.
Event Type(s): Adult Program
Age Group(s): Adults
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