Updated: 10/16/2013 11:29 PM
Created: 10/16/2013 9:48 PM WHEC.com
There was a historical screening at the George Eastman House on Wednesday.
Movie fans caught the premiere of "Too Much Johnson," a silent film by Orson Welles that was recently re-discovered in Italy. The George Eastman House was tasked with restoring the 75-year-old film.
"Too Much Johnson" predates "Citizen Kane" and was the first full-length film directed by Welles. Experts say this film hasn't been seen in at least 50 years.