Harry Langdon in Australia

By Camille Scaysbrook In the early 20th century, Australia’s theatrical circuit was one of the largest in the world, and no player in it was more formidable than J.C. Williamson, the production company known simply as `The Firm’. Representatives regularly toured to London and New York to keep up with international trends, and identify plays…

Capitolfest 12 shows MY WEAKNESS!

I just came back from Capitolfest in Rome, NY and boy oh boy, what an experience!  Work prevented me from attending the whole weekend, but I was fortunate enough to visit Sunday and catch amongst other films a Langdon feature, My Weakness (1933).  Out of all the films that were scheduled, I was most excited about this one…