Here’s another edition of Classic Chops and a Special feature of Silent Comedy Classics!
Good news, everyone! We’re back with another edition of “Classic Chops” … check them out after the jump!
Classic Chops enthusiastically welcomes any essay or post you’ve composed on a film classic—and even though Ivan originally set the criterion at films released in 1965 and before, we have “cheated” a little and included films after that date that we don’t think too many people would dispute are “classics.” Simply send your submissions to email@example.com by September 11th at 6:00pm EDT…and any questions, comments, suggestions and unwanted curtain rods should be addressed to that same e-mail address as well.
The Goat – 1921
Charlie Chaplin – The Essanay Films. A review of all 16 of Chaplin’s films withthe company
Modern Times – 1936
Steamboat Bill Jr – 1928
Mel Brook’s Silent Movie