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Keaton

Buster, real name Joseph Francis Keaton 1895--1966, US film comedian who starred in silent films such as The Navigator (1924), The General (1926), and Steamboat Bill Junior (1927)
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Meanwhile, Keaton is not the only person in the industry who is standing behind Allen.
Captain America star Chris Evans invited Keaton to the premiere of the Avengers film in LA.
His walk is reminiscent of a rooster's strut, with his chest puffed out and a bounce on his toes; that swagger we saw in 2014's Birdman, for which Keaton won a Golden Globe as the eponymous former superhero actor, was not a put on, it turns out.
In 2014, Keaton, along with risk managers from two other Class 1 railroads, rekindled the dialogue around creation of a shared program.
David Phillips, franchise manager at the Parsons Road branch said: "The compact SUV Sportage is by far the most popular in the range and we are delighted and proud to be able to supply one of the models to Keaton.
Today, Keaton also receives kudos for refusing a well-paying 1917 part in a Broadway musical in order to embrace a low-paying film opportunity.
I'm excited to be a part of this wonderful project honoring the life and work of one of my comedy favorites, Buster Keaton.
For his real-life comeback of sorts, Keaton has been rewarded a number of Best Actor awards from various critics' groups as well as the recent Golden Globes (where the teary-eyed actor accepted his trophy with a heartfelt speech), and an Oscar Best Actor nomination (he's a frontrunner for many).
Why did the roundly beloved Keaton -- a manic comic actor, an intense live wire, a real-deal movie star -- become such an infrequent presence on the big screen?
It really was a special experience to see the antics of the legendary Buster Keaton while listening to Davis's music, beautifully played by the CBSO, particularly in the main feature, The General, lasting 76 minutes.