What's more fun than a day at the boardwalk? How about this collection of vintage silent shorts filmed at some of America's most famous amusement parks? New York's seaside playground is the setting for Edwin S. Porter's "Rube & Mandy at Coney Island" (1903) and "Coney Island" (1917), starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Buster Keaton. The early Harold Lloyd films "Why Pick on Me?" (1920) and "Number, Please?" (1920) take place at Santa Monica and Venice Beach, respectively; Jack Lloyd fears a visit by his wife's burly ex-beau in "Off Again" (1927); and a Fox Movietone new short shows how New Yorkers beat the heat in "Meet Me Down at Coney Isle" (1930). 80 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score. Silent with music score. Plays All Regions.