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Still, for the full experience, you should try to avoid using a knife and a fork.
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The long, narrow, welcoming postindustrial structure -- 56 feet high, 67 feet wide, and 672 feet long is home to marvelous photographs by Gregory Colbert that line either side of a 12-foot walkway surrounded by river stones.
But the cream of the crop rivals the best of Chaplin, Keaton, or any of the other silent-era superstars.
For a special treat, many of the films will have one screening that features live piano accompaniment.