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Halloween weekend at UCLA, Silent-Film Horror and Sci-Fi LIVE

By April MacIntyre Oct 26, 2010, 9:50 GMT

Halloween weekend at UCLA, Silent-Film Horror and Sci-Fi LIVE

This Saturday night (Oct. 30) itís the 1925 Lon Chaney-starring version of "The Phantom Of the Opera" performed with a live score on the stunning Skinner pipe organ by Steven Ball, one of the best theater organists around. Courtesy of UCLA

UCLA Live has a couple of events over the next few weeks for horror/sci-fi lovers--a chance to see two classic genre silent films on a big screen in a beautiful theater (Royce Hall) with live music.

This Saturday night (Oct. 30) itís the 1925 Lon Chaney-starring version of "The Phantom Of the Opera" performed with a live score on the stunning Skinner pipe organ by Steven Ball, one of the best theater organists around. Details

November 11, is the 1925 stop-motion creature feature "The Lost World" with a live soundtrack performed by Dengue Fever, an LA-based band with psychedelic grooves and a Cambodian-pop sound.

Theyíve only put on this show once before in San Francisco, last year, so itís a pretty special event for UCLA Live. Details



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