Serge Bromberg

The much-decorated Serge Bromberg brings some silent film rarities the 2014 San Francisco Silent Film Festival (SFSFF) at the Castro Theater in San Francisco on Saturday, May 31 at 12 noon. In an event called “Serge Bromberg’s Treasure Trove,” Bromberg plans to introduce and screen a recently discovered alternative ending to Buster Keaton’s “The Blacksmith (1922),” a full length version of Roscoe Arbuckle’s “The Waiter’s Ball (1916)” and a “work-in-progress” showing of “A Night in the Show (1915)” with Charlie Chaplin. Bromberg has presented at the SFSFF before and I can attest to his show’s entertainment value. Check out his biography on Wikipedia:¬†

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