Sadie and Albert were obsessed with Lena Montego and Alfred B. Davenport,stars from the silent film era. Each September they attended the annual Silent Film Symposium, held in Hollywood. To their chagrin they understood that today’s Hollywood wasn’t like the one they so desperately yearned for.
“It’s so nice that we get to get all dolled up at least once a year in my coonskin coat and your flapper costume, isn’t it, honey?”, Albert pointed out.
“It’s just the bees’ knees, baby,” replied Sadie.
With that they set off to watch their favorite Davenport and Montego movies.