Edison's vision of Frankenstein's monster.
The Edison Studios was the first to film Mary Shelly's classic Frankenstein. Shot in glorious Black & White, this one-reeler was considered "lost" for decades.

Then it was found. Fred Wiebel's detective work led him to the original (and earned him accolades from the Library of Congress). He has restored the film and converted it to DVD.

Not only will he share the story with us, he's bringing the film and we will screen it, free, during Mr. Wiebel's presentation. He will then take questions from the audience and sign copies of his book that tells the tale.

Fred Wiebel
Noon