Film and Television

The Silent Treatment Film Series North of 36 (1924)

Saturday, December 4, 2021, 2:00 p.m.

The Autry in Griffith Park

Admission: 
Free for Autry Members | Includes Museum Admission
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Reservations Recommended | Space Is Limited
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About the Event

Join us for the premiere of this newly restored classic, which tells the story of a young woman’s efforts to save her family ranch by driving a herd of cattle 1000 miles from Texas to Abilene, Kansas.

Charles Stepczyk, Preservation Manager at Paramount Archives, will introduce the film with a description of the preservation process. With live musical accompaniment by Cliff Retallick.

Directed by Irvin Willat | Starring Jack Holt, Lois Wilson, and Ernest Torrance

Before or after the film, check out The Silent West, an exhibition featuring highlights of American West–themed posters from the silent film era. The posters showcase a stunning art form in a remarkable era of commercial lithography and includes a poster from North of 36.


The Silent Treatment Film Series  

Watch silent movies the way they were meant to be seen—on the big screen with live musical accompaniment! Showcasing a wide variety of early cinema in the best available formats, “The Silent Treatment” is a long-running silent movie film series curated by film archivists Brandee Cox and Steven Hill.