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Historicans Have a Fright at Hat City

The Friends of Thomas Edison National Historical Park invite you to get into the Halloween spirit

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Boo! Not scared yet? Then try this:

The The Friends of Thomas Edison National Historical Park invite you to get
into the Halloween spirit with a viewing of the first motion picture
adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The film will be shown at Hat City Kitchen at 2 p.m. on Sunday, October 28.

Tom Meyers, Executive Director of the Fort Lee Film Commission, and John Columbus, Founder and Director of the Black Maria
Film Festival, will introduce the film and lead a discussion following the
screening. The, 15-minute Frankenstein, released by the Edison Company in 1910, was believed lost to posterity until a single print was discovered in the
mid-70s. Seeing the film is a rare and seasonally-suitable opportunity!

For additional information please call 973-736-2916 or send email
(preferred) to foe00@verizon.net.

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