Early films featuring well-known horror characters—werewolves, mummies, Dracula, Jekyll & Hyde, for example—are missing. In several cases, the debut of these creatures of silent film is lost. Through stills, advertisements, and other ephemera, this presentation will unearth and illuminate these long-forgotten parts of horror history. 7:30 p.m.
Horror icon silent-film screenings presented by Kelly Robinson of “The Devil” (1915), “The Were Tiger” (1925) and “The Stolen Play” (1917) will be screened, with accompaniment by Philip Carli. The event at the Packard Campus is free and open to the public.