The Temple Theatre Organ Club Presents: The HunchBack of Notre Dame (Silent film) October 23, 2022 2pm
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923 Silent film)
October 23, 2022 Doors 1pm | Show 2pm
In this 1923, B&W, silent film, a deformed Notre Dame bell-
ringer, Quasimodo, secretly loves a beautiful gypsy girl named Esmeralda. He sacrifices his life when he rescues her from her evil guardian. 110 minutes.
Come see and hear what it was like to experience a silent film back in the 1920’s! You’ll hear live accompaniment from the Temple’s 1927 Barton Organ playing the soundtrack for the film.
Andrew Rogers will be the guest organist. Andrew will talk briefly before the movie about the film. He will also conduct a question and answer session after the movie.
Andrew resides in Fenton, MI and is the head organist at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor. He travels doing theatre organ concerts, accompanying silent films, and lecturing on film scoring. For more information on Andrew Rogers, visit www.rogersconcerts.com.
This program is graciously sponsored by