- Santa Cruz Sentinel, Volume 119, Number 239, 10 October 1975
- ‘Intolerance’ Film Slated At UCSC
D.W. Griffith’s 1916 film “Intolerance”, the silent picture that became a benchmark in epic films, will be screened at the UCSC classroom building Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. The showing will celebrate Griffith’s 100th birthday and will be accompanied by veteran theater organist Chauncey Haines.’ The three-hour film intertwines four separate stories of suffering and injustice, and it is famous for a lavish Babylonian set. Featured players include Lillian Gish. The print being shown at UCSC is in perfect condition, according to programmer David Craig. Tickets at $2 will be available at the UCSC ticket office, the Santa Cruz. Box Office or at the door.
Intolerance – Photo Gallery