Doors/Food served 18:30 Screening 19:00-19:45 incl. hot main meal & hot drink
Pre-booking by 15 March required (vegetarian and vegan options available)
Join us on a railroad roller-coaster ride across continents and genres with this double-bill of train-inspired rarities.
First a typically loopy Mack Sennett slapstick starring Perthshire-born Andy Clyde playing opposite Billy Bevan as a pair of hobos aboard a train and on the trail of a stolen ruby. Followed by a boisterous French (!) western in which two friends, driven apart by greed, race each other down the rail-tracks to find a stash of gold.
Take your seat for a station-side view of hi-jinks, hijacked engines, shoot-outs and death-defying stunt-work, accompanied by improvising maestro Jonny Best making his HippFest debut.
This screening is outdoors, under the platform awning. Dress for the weather. Blankets provided.
Venue: Bo’ness Station, Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway, Union Street, Bo’ness EH51 9AQ
Dir. Del Lord | 1926 | N/C U | US | English intertitles | 19m With: Billy Bevan, Andy Clyde, Madeline Hurlock, Thelma Hill
Dir. Jean Durand | 1912 | N/C U | France | English intertitles | 20m With: Joë Hamman, Max Dhartigny, Ernest Bourbon
Performing Live: Jonny Best (piano)
Screening sponsored and made possible by INDY Cinema Group Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway, INDY Cinema Group, Grid Iron Theatre