The Mark of Zorro with Live Pipe Organ Accompaniment
Directed by Fred Niblo. US. 1920. NR. 90 minutes. DVD. Buy tickets online.
Presented by The Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley
Sun., September 22, 2013
“LOOK! UP IN THE SKY! IT’S A BIRD! IT’S A PLANE! IT’S SUPERMAN! Well, it could be. But it’s not that caped and masked crusader who arrives at the Colonial on Sunday Sep 22. THIS TIME ITS ZORRO!! Travel back in time with the Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley to the early southwest when tyranny, fear, cruelty and oppression ruled the settlers and the native Indians. See what happens when our fearless caped and masked avenger appears in order to right the wrong! See Douglas Fairbanks Sr. as he runs, leaps, rides and duels in the fabulous 1920 swashbuckling epic The Mark of Zorro.
You’ll also see Noah Beery Sr., brother of the well-known actor Wallace Beery, as the pompous Sergeant Gonzales as he struts around and boasts about how he’ll take care of Zorro! Hmmm you think?! With such a hero as Zorro on the scene there MUST of course be a member of the fair sex. Does our hero eventually get the girl? Hmmm…you think?! Added to the excitement on the screen, you will hear the fabulous live musical accompaniment by the very talented Chris Elliott, who comes to us from California for this special event. Chris will be playing TOSDV’s 3/24 Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ, an instrument from the same era as the movie.
This program benefits the Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley (TOSDV) Theatre Pipe Organ Restoration Fund.
Children <13: $5
General admission seating. Ticket prices do not include the $1.50 per ticket Service Fee (max. $6). These fees will be calculated at check out. Tickets available with cash, check or credit card at the Colonial Theatre Box Office, or online. Click on the “Buy Tickets” link at the upper right of any page of our website to buy your tickets online. For additional information visit the Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley online at TOSDV.org; email firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 215-780-0831.