If names like Karloff, Chaney, Chaplin, Fairbanks and Pickford seem more appealing than Pitt, Stiller and Jolie, then the Silent Movie Theatre is definitely the place for you. At 8 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 28, the theater – which is done in art deco style and is the only silent movie house still left in the U.S. – will screen the 1922 classic Blood and Sand , starring legendary actor Rudolph Valentino. .

The film, directed by Fred Niblo ( The Mark of Zorro ), tells the tale of Juan Gallardo (Valentino): the son of a poor widow from Seville who truly manages to transform his life from rags to riches. Despite the fact that he begins his life with no money, he ends up going against his mother's wishes and pursuing a career as a toreador.

Before he knows it, Juan falls in love, gets married and becomes quite a success in the bull-fighting ring. He finds that success doesn't always stay sweet, though, as the love he develops for another woman quickly puts his personal and professional lives in jeopardy while at the same time threatening his position in society.

As this is the Silent Movie Theatre, there will also be live musical accompaniment.

The Silent Movie Theatre is located at 611 N. Fairfax Ave. in Los Angeles. The program begins at 8 p.m. and tickets are $10 per person. For more information, call (323) 655-2520 or visit www.silentmovietheatre.com.