lesliehowards:

The Cameraman (1928)

Once again, Keaton’s supposedly “emotionless exterior” is belied. Nothing could convey total dejection anymore effectivey than that descend into the sand.

Buster Keaton in Parlor, Bedroom, and Bath (1931)

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

May 29, 1917 - November 22, 1963

Home movie footage of Buster Keaton in Paris.

lesliehowards:

The Cameraman (1928)

This scene in 1944’s Bathing Beauty posed a difficult challenge for the filmmakers. The scene pits Red Skelton up against a vicious dog with no means of escape. The filmmakers could not come up with a successful resolution and were intent on scrapping the scene until Buster Keaton suggested an ingenius solution that proved both believable and comical. 

#Red Skelton #gif #1940s #1944

Buster Keaton film posters 1921-1932.