According to an article in the local newspaper, the Craven Herald & Pioneer, a spokesman for Skipton Film Club thought this screening may well be the first time Pandora's Box has shown in Skipton. The spokesman added, “Pabst was one of the great directors of the silent period. Here, he gives us a film that has a look that even now contemporary audiences find thrilling. To see a film from this era is a rare event for spectators – it is the first silent feature the film club have presented for its enthusiastic following.... For those who have not seen a silent film on the big screen you are in for a treat – the use of camera is dazzling and the film treats its audiences as adults – it certainly does not pull its punches in its depiction of depravity and corruption in a doomed society."
Louise Brooks Society website page devoted to Pandora's Box.