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Bluffton: My Summers with Buster" is a beautiful book that will definitely pique readers' interest in Buster Keaton and his fabulous and hilarious motion pictures and shorts.
I understand there is a connection with Buster Keaton and Huddersfield.
Si el cine de Chaplin o de Buster Keaton se mira con la reverencia que impone su genio, la distancia del tiempo y el habito de verlos como referencia necesaria en la historia del cine, el de Lloyd ofrece la frescura del descubrimiento, la adrenalina del gusto puramente cinetico, el ingenio del movimiento puro.
British war poet Robert Graves was born, along with Buster Keaton and comedian and actor Groucho Marx.
The General USA, 1926 Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckmann, Eddie Cline
TOP Ten comics missing from The Comedians' Comedian: 1) Max Miller (left) 2) Buster Keaton 3) Frankie Howerd 4) Chris Rock 5) Arthur Haynes 6) Benny Hill 7) Dick Emery 8) Dave Allen 9) Norman Collier 10) Lee Evans.
We have two great classic comedy DVDs free for every reader - Buster Keaton Vol 1 and The Charlie Chaplin Collection Vol 1, each crammed with hilarious stories from two of the greatest comics of all time
What follows is a madcap investigation in and about Los Angeles of the "40s that includes encounters with a wacky parrot, a music-loving veterinarian, a zealot who plans to overthrow the government, and actor Buster Keaton.
We haven't been on a vacation in years," says Kenny with perfect Buster Keaton timing.
With nothing but sounds of driving winds and images of a man trying to walk, open doors and hang a sheet on the clothesline during a suete (a windstorm) on the coast of Cape Breton, Neal Livingston's delightful new film sketches a witty existential struggle worthy of Buster Keaton or Wile E.
He entered the movies in a series of comedy shorts directed by Fatty Arbuckle, and served briefly in World War I before settling into his own Buster Keaton Studio in 1919.
The Cameraman" -- "Spite Marriage" -- "Free and Easy"; Deluxe Two-Disc DVD set includes Kevin Brownlow's All-New Documentary: "So Funny It Hurt: Buster Keaton and MGM"